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So, its simply began to be too lazy to parse my php code and it doesn't show anything. Only comments. No functions, no classes. How can i fix it?

   Syntax-mode is correct: PHP-HTML.
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So Coda isn't using it's autocomplete function? – Michiel Dec 22 '11 at 12:05
Hint: if you're in a bind, skip the 'funny style' and ask what you have on your mind. Chances are people are willing to look into it even if it is not that common of a question. So skip the personality show and get the question clearly across – sehe Dec 22 '11 at 12:12
What is not clear exactly in my question ? A bit of fun is really important for our everyday life. My problem is that Code navigator (do you know whats this?) is not showing my PHP functions, only TODO: marks. I didnt even ask about autocomplete or hints, btw. – user1111641 Dec 22 '11 at 13:37

This isn't a coding question per-se... But Coda doesn't have any autocompletion that actually reads you code, it just shows functions from the manual .

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Did you read the title of my question? Was it so hard to understand? – user1111641 Dec 22 '11 at 14:14

Check if the "hint" option is enabled (on the bottom of the view)

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More tips and tricks (30) can be found here.

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