- Theme: Preferences／Appearance&Behaviours / Appearance, UI Opertion->theme->Darcula
- Self-define: Preferences／Appearance&Behaviours / Editor / Color Scheme, scheme->duplicate->Name it. Then users can set their own preferable style.
- Editor Font: ~/Editor/Font;
Courier New, font-size:20, line-spacing:1.0
- Editor Auto Import: ~/Editor/ General / Auto import; python->show import pop up.
- Editor Appearance: ~/Editor/General/Apperance; select “show line number” and “show whitespace”
- Editor Code Completion: ~/Editor/General/Code Completion; set “first letter sensitive”, “auto-display”
- Editor Code Style:
- Preferences／Project Interpreter,
using Anaconda to create your own env (to install third-party packages).
- Preferences / Keymap (for me, select MAC OS X 10.5 +)
- First of all, the Git should be installed on your machine, and you’ve already registered on Github.
- Setting path: Preferences／Version Control / Git, and , Preferences／Version Control / Github
- GIT: set the
Path to Git executable, and test to get a successful pop-out message.
- Github: Auto Type: password; using the https, deselect “using ssh”; set connection timeout “50,000”.
- Ignored Files: add the ignored files, e.g. “.cache”, “.idea”
- Then users can commit, push, pull through the VCS tag at the menu bar.