Studio 2014 SP2: Change order of results for QuickPlace to prioritize tags
Thread poster: eivind

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Apr 3, 2015

I am a new Studio user, and mostly find it to be quite alright. However, I find the method for tag placement to be a bit inconvenient, and I am not sure if I am just doing it wrong.

As far as I can tell, the only way to insert tags without copying the source or using the mouse is through the QuickPlace dropdown list summoned with Ctrl-comma. Now this mostly works quite well, but I find that when there are other placeables in the text (capitalized strings or numbers), these get placed on top of of the QuickPlace dropdown list, and I have to press the down key several times in order to get to the tags. Since I can and do use AutoSuggest to enter these placeables, I do not really need to access these using QuickPlace. Is there any way to change the order of results for QuickPlace or to have it only show tags? I have tried to look through the settings menu, but I may have missed a setting somewhere.

Does anyone have any tips here, or suggestions for better ways of working with tags?


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