It seems like this has to have been brought up by someone else, but I was not able to find anything via a search.
When typing, autocomplete will frequently find words from the document and pop up a box of suggestions. That's fine, but it's usually faster for me to keep typing the word than it is to select the word from the pop-up.
The problem is that it doesn't recognize the end of the word. If the next character I type is a tab or CR, it will be consumed, forcing me to go back and edit the text to add in the missing chracter.
Right now I'm typing a list of web addresses, each ending in .com. For every line, I hit return at the end and start typing the next line only to see it stay on the previous line as UE determined that my return was confirmation of the .com word. I looked in options and don't see how to turn this feature off. It's so infuriating that I might need to go back to Notepad.
I've used UltraEdit since version 2.0, and this 'feature' is driving me away.
The autocomplete is great, but it should go away when the user types the entire word manually and not consume the following tab or CR.