I'm coding something that involves a string, so I hit the single-quote button. SublimeText automatically puts in a terminating quote, and I continue typing my string. Once I'm done typing the string, I have to navigate past the auto-completed quote to continue typing. That requires me entering the single-quote button, the end key or the right-arrow key. This isn't so bad, but if I'm also in an array like so:
['test|'] (vertical bar = caret)
I need to type both a single-quote and a right-bracket.
When the user hits the tab key, check to see if they're inside of an auto-completed string, array, etc and step over all adjacent elements so that the user can continue typing. So, if this is the situation:
it'll just step over a quote. In this situation:
it'll step over both the quote and the closing bracket. In this situation:
it'll step over all three elements.
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