Editor.Net supports code completion (intellisense), providing a convenient way to access available list of classes, methods, fields and other language symbols depending on the current context as well as completing the symbol names when typing and providing descriptions of such symbols.
Although the main purpose of an editor is to be a convenient tool for the user to enter whatever text he or she desires, quite often a gentle guidance from the editor can significantly improve the effectiveness of the work process. When editing a text which has some structure (e.g. computer program in some language), there are often a well defined sets of input possibilities in certain contexts. For example, for many programming languages, the sequence "someobject." should be followed by one of the existing field names. To assist the user in such situations, Editor.NET brings an ability activate the popup list containing all the methods that can be accessed from the current scope.