I had my doubts about switching over from github copilot, but the AI experience in cursor.sh just feels so much more refined. Here, I can highlight multiple codeblocks and ask the AI to document them, and it just works. I can ask the AI for edits that require the context of the code, and it just works. It’s really impressive that the AI implementation here is so much better than that of github copilot, considering the difference in scale.
However, there’s kind of a glaring issue that stops this from being a clear superior alternative to VScode with copilot, and that’s this CTRL-Z issue, which I’ve recorded in the video here: https://vimeo.com/904469264?share=copy
Basically, I can’t undo to before whatever I type in the inline AI editor box, and when I try, I can only undo things typed inside of the box, and only when I’ve actually clicked outside of the box, meaning I’m basically undoing things inside the box at what looks like a rate of a token per second. I don’t know if I’m missing something here, but it just strikes me as a super weird bug on an otherwise excellent and very refined experience.
I looked in the forums, and two posts from September that mentioned something like this, so I’m not sure if this is just a me thing, I’m on Windows 10.
This is literally the only thing in the way of me going fully onboard, I just want to know that stuff like this will get fixed.