Fully automatic Content Assis in Eclipse. Is it possible?
I've found how to make content assist appear automatically when, e.g. I type the name of some class instance. It will show all public methods it contains and so on. But I want it to show up automatically every time it's possible, for example: I write something like this:
See, I have a tf variable. When I type "add" I want content assist to show the names of all objects I have in my class and that I can add to the screen.
public class Test extends JFrame
private JTextField tf;
super("Title of the window");
tf = new JTextField("TextField Content", 15);
tf.setFont(new Font("Serif", Font.PLAIN, 12));
Or if I start to write the name of the declared variable, I want Eclipse to show the auto completion prompt for it and if I press enter to complete it.
Right now it all works only if I press CTRL + SPACE.
p.s. I know it's not very important but I got used to such IDE behavior working in FlashDevelop for a long time and I'd like to have the same in Eclipse :)