I have a usability issue about the WikiAutoCompletePlugin  when using
it to auto-complete path names in the source: macro.
We like and use this macro very much. The "problem" is the slash (/)
path separator. When writing and auto-completing a longer path like
"source:/bla/blo/bli" the plugin does not offer a fluent auto-complete
unless you manually remove the trailing slash (/) path separator. It
does not behave like path auto complete feature in a typical shell.
Assume "/bla/blo/bli" as given path.
Typing "source:/bla" should offer "blo/".
Well, it does, and auto-complete delivers "source:/bla/blo/".
Now it should automatically offer the next level "bli/".
But it does not!
I have to manually remove the trailing slash
"source:/bla/blo" (no slash at end!) to get offered the next
I am afraid, it is a little difficult to explain.
In fact, this is not a real problem. But auto-completing long path names
is not as convenient as known from many shell interfaces. Maybe it is
just a missing trigger or something?
After the user has selected one of the offered options, then the plugin
should offer the next list of options. So that the user can select,
select and select in a chain.
Is there anybody who has an opinion on that matter?
Or who can confirm (or better explain) the issue?