you hit return to accept and fill that function/property in the script editor.
Test it, add this in a Python Script window:
import pymel.core as pCore class AutoCompleteTest(object): def __init__(self): pass @property def Test(self): print "Im being CALLED Multiple times!!!!!\n" pCore.newFile(force=True)
Now do the following:
turn on ’Command Completion’ and do a dot complete to inspect the com object you just made!
The property is now being RUN. So what you ask? Well lets say you are doing something stupid like the fileNew example above, just by trying to get code completion you've actually nuked your scene. Also because it's doing this for all the inspect calls it means that it's running all code, in all property blocks which makes it very, very slow!