How do I turn off the auto concatenation "feature"?

In R# 6.0, when you hit enter inside a quoted string, R# creates a concatenated string with the right operand on a new line.

var s = "This is my string";

If you hit enter anywhere inside the quoted string, e.g. before my, you end up with:

var s = "This is " +
           "my string";

How do I turn this off?

Thanks!

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Why do you want to turn that off?  What is it you're TRYING to do?


"Chris Sano"  wrote in message
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In R# 6.0, when you hit enter inside a quoted string, R# creates a
concatenated string with the right operand on a new line.

var s = "This is my string";

If you hit enter anywhere inside the quoted string, e.g. before my, you end
up with:

var s = "This is " +
           "my string";

How do I turn this off?

Thanks!

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5316667#5316667

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I use a Vim plugin. This causes problems for me when I try to hit enter while doing a hlsearch.

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Hello Chris,

At the moment there's no way to turn this behavior off. This is a known compatibility
problem and you're welcome to vote for it here: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-262770.
Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I use a Vim plugin. This causes problems for me when I try to hit
enter while doing a hlsearch.

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Original message URL:
http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5317116#5317116



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Hello Andrey,

Sorry for hijacking the thread, but the ability to disable various features is really missing from R#.
I mean, add options for almost everything. We can disable and configure each one of the C# inspections, but there is no options to completely disable support for a given language, or formatting for a given type of file. Every new feature you're adding should have its corresponding option.

I really like ReSharper, but as other users already reported, I find the version 6 to have lower quality than previous releases. As long as you're editing C#, everything works fine and great. Try to edit some Razor file containing HTML, C#, JavaScript and CSS and ReSharper just gets in the way rather than helping. I know that you're aware of performance problems and weird autocomplete behaviors: many of them are already reported on YouTrack. While we're waiting for them to be fixed, please let us disable features that are currently annoying.

Sincerely,
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Julien Lebosquain

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