So I'm putting in some function, busy typing away. Then after I've entered some text, I pause for a few seconds. In this time, the notebook pops up the question "Convert to Free-Form Linguistic Input," like this:
It is already highlighted such that if I hit Enter it will go ahead and do this conversion, deleting a large chunk of what I've already typed and replacing it with something useless. (edit to add: This cannot be undone through the Undo menu option!!!)
Now I love some of the interface improvements to the newer versions of Mathematica. Specifically, I love how it will bring up a list of pre-defined functions and variables while I'm typing. That has saved me much time. But I can't ever see a situation where I would want to use free-form linguistic input. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but I know I don't want it. How can I disable this? I already disabled the "Suggestion Bar".
I'm using version 10.0 on Linux.