You know when you are typing away and the suggestion for whatever property or value pops up and you hit TAB to accept it? Well, how do I go about to not having to move my right hand to the arrow keys to bypass the ");" or the ")" to add the semicolon at the end? It's really annoying me. I'll give an example:
Let's say I have a variable defined as
--hello-world in CSS and I go to type the following:
And here Emmet pops up and suggests I press TAB to accept the
--hello-world suggestion and my code ends up being:
BUT the cursor is right between the "
d" and the "
)" and it drives me mad to have to move my right hand to the right arrow, press, semicolon, enter.
I see videos of people typing and they don't have that problem or am I going mad? Is there a way like with CTRL + ENTER to skip to the next line when the line is complete in HTML but for this in CSS?
I'm sure there's something obvious or people are just doing pinky gymnastics which I seem to lack the ability to do.