Setting for the new IDE

When you open a new file in 1.6.0, it opens this:

void setup() {
  // put your setup code here, to run once:

}

void loop() {
  // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:

}

Although it is not a big deal, does anyone know how to make it open a blank document? Something about starting with a clean sketch just seems nice. Again, it is not a big deal if it cannot be turned off. It is certainly a nice feature for those who are beginning in Arduino.

I just press A then delete

I'd propose slightly the opposite: it would be nice to be able to edit whatever file puts that in, and have it insert a user-defined comment block at the top to remind me to put the date, title and so on at the top, and a serial print in setup to display the sketch details.

I haven't upgraded yet so I haven't looked, but where is that template?

I haven’t upgraded yet so I haven’t looked, but where is that template?

The default sketch is BareMinimum in the Basic examples folder.

On my laptop: C:\Arduino_1_6_0\examples\01.Basics\BareMinimum

I'm not saying it is bad, but just may be something that should be toggle-able. Again, it is really not a big deal - just wanted to see if anyone else agreed with the matter.