Focus more on editor performance and help us more easily find the settings related to editor performance. Each major version of Toad brings a slower editor. As much as I like Toad, with version 11, I am beginning to seriously consider dumping Toad due to the extreeeeeeemely annoying editor lags.
I don't need idiot features as much as I need to be able to type quickly as well as to cut and paste from the keyboard and number pad quickly (remember SAA CUA?).
The only good news with version 11 is that the screen flickers with each keystroke from older versions appears to be gone. With previous versions, Toad was getting unbearable on my P4 machine, then, fortunately, the company recently gave me a Core2 Duo machine which made newer versions of Toad bearable even with the screen flicker. But Toad 11 is just hopeless.
I have most features related to editor performance turned off including Code Assist, Check Rules as You Type, and the Navigator (sadly), and still it is ugh. Some here have reverted to older Toad versions due to editor performance.
One thing I would like in particular is to turn off the auto-refresh of the Navigator. The Navigator is very handy for working on large packages (I set it to display only procedures and functions). But not only does the auto-refresh feature in the Navigator cause annoying editor lags, it also makes the Navigator useless for jumping around a package in the middle of an edit (because an edit usually is not compilable until finished and this causes the later procedures to disappear from the Navigator). Help indicates that the Navigator refreshes when you hit the refresh button or save the file. It does not mention this silly auto refreshing. Add an option to bring back only refreshing on demand. Please. Pretty please? Do I really need to split this of into its own idea?