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Re: Stephen Wolfram's recent blog

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  • Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2013 06:05:43 -0500 (EST)
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Hi,

> To each his own. To me it's like constantly swatting away flies. I would
> prefer that WRI gave us the additional option of restoring Ctrl+K.

I think it's possible to get back the old behavior: if you uncheck the 
entry "Enable autocompletion with a popup delay of ..."  the resulting 
behavior is almost exactly as it was before version 9. You can also 
define a delay for the autocompletion there, but I doubt that this is 
what anyone using Mathematica frequently would choose. I personally like 
the new autocompletion, though...

hth,

albert



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