|Home||When this check box is selected, on pressing HomeHome, the caret is positioned at the first non-space character of the current line. Pressing HomeHome subsequently moves the caret from the Smart Home position to the first column and back.|
|End (on blank line)||When this check box is selected, on pressing EndEnd in an empty line, the caret is positioned with the indent, which RubyMine assumes to be reasonable in the current code point (indentation is based on the current Code Style Settings).|
|Insert pair bracket||Select this check box to have RubyMine automatically add a closing round or square bracket for each typed opening round or square bracket, respectively.|
|Insert pair quote||Select this check box to have RubyMine automatically add a closing single or double quote for each typed opening single or double quote, respectively.|
|Use 'CamelHumps' words||Select this check box to have RubyMine discern separate words within CamelHump names.
Words within a name should start with a capital letter or an underscore. This option impacts some editor actions, for example:
|3.1+Surround selection on typing quote or brace||If this check box is selected, the selected text on typing a quote, double-quote or brace, will be surrounded with these characters. If this check box is not selected, then the typed quotes, double-quotes or braces will replace the selection.|
|Enter||Use this area to define the actions to be invoked by pressing EnterEnter.
|Reformat on paste||Use this drop-down list to specify how to place pasted code blocks. The available options are:
This feature is applicable to lines that contain the trailing line feed characters.
|XML/HTML||In this area, define the actions to be invoked automatically when editing XML or HTML code.
|3.2+ Start ruby interpolation in strings on #||If this check box is selected, after pressing #, RubyMine will automatically insert opening and
closing curly braces, with the cursor resting inside.
If this check box is cleared, then after typing #, you have to type the opening curly brace, to initiate Ruby interpolation. This is the default behavior.
Note that all sorts of Ruby coding assistance (code completion, syntax and error highlighting, intention actions and quick fixes) are available in the code interpolation.