Use the General page of the Settings dialog to configure the editor behaviour and customize its view.
Each aspect specifies a part of the language qualities, for example, syntax, semantics, type-system, dataflow. These are defined for each concept individually. So when you open a concept declaration in the editor, the editor window will hold tabs at the bottom, each tab representing one aspect.
Select this checkbox to show braces in the block cells of the editor.
Use completion styling
Select this checkbox to enable custom completion menu text styling and sorting.
Show context assistant
Select this checkbox to see a menu for invoking specific actions on a particular cell.
Two step deletion
Select this checkbox to enable showing part of the code fragment which will be deleted.
Type over existing text
Select this checkbox to allow the editor intelligently move the cursor to the right when the character to the right of the cursor matches the key typed on the keyboard.
Usages of element at caret
Select this checkbox to enable automatic selection of references to the node under cursor in the edited document.
Disable automatic quick-fixes
Select this checkbox to prevent MPS from running quick-fixes that are triggered automatically.
Resolve broken references automatically
Select this checkbox to enable automatic resolving of broken or out-of-scope references.
Caret Blinking Rate
Use the slider to make the caret blink with the specified period.