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Seeing inherited NSObject members in Intellisense when using Mac/iOS SDK slows down development. Seeing these often forces me to go to docs or object browser just to see actual non-NSObject members since there are sooo many NSObject members (needle in haystack).
So there should be an option to not show NSObject members, and I suggest making this toggle in the actual Intellisense popup. I would guess that most mainstream MT/MM developers never use NSObject members myself, and default should therefore be to hide NSObject members.
I think this is more specific than some generic "don't show super class members" feature, since I'd still want to see any non-NSObject super class members.
I think we have the feature you need :)
try to hit ctrl+space while the completion list is open - that switches to category mode.
Wow, did not know about this. Powerful and even more generic, thanks. I have some questions/issues that I will take offline and then perhaps create some other related tickets.