I'm on Debian 7.3 KDE desktop with Kile v. 2.1.0, the editor for LaTeX. I installed it from the repos without the LaTeX-related recommended packages, after 'manually' installing TeXLive from a CTAN mirror.
I'm still getting used to Kile's way of working but I want it to stop automatically adding another quote mark after I type this character:
', thus making it look like a double quote:
". I tried to turn it off by going to Settings > Configure Kile > General > un-tick "Automatically insert opening & closing double quotes for LaTeX". I actually like this feature when I need to open and close double quotes for dialogues (
He said:``Let's get a drink!") but it's working against me, now. How do I correct it? Is there a file somewhere (
~/.config/kile... maybe?) that I have to touch up?
EDIT: I've added a picture below. Do you people have the same view of Configure Kile > Complete ? I think I have a bugged version of Kile.