When lsp-ui-doc offers me information about the symbol at point, it does that in a hover window (good) and in the minibuffer (bad).

I've found no mention of the minibuffer in the customisations of lsp-*

Can you please tell me where/how to disable the use of the minibuffer in lsp-ui?

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I think this is not related to lsp-ui. I do not have lsp-ui installed and still got annoying previews in the minibuffer in lsp-latex. Turning off eldoc-mode has solved it for me.


As @sergolala hints, this is eldoc related, but turning off eldoc is not the answer.

Instead, see the customizable variable lsp-eldoc-render-all. There is some discussion of this variable on github issues (Setting lsp-eldoc-render-all to nil can still show multi-line text, lsp-mode doesn't display signatures in Rust when lsp-eldoc-render-all is nil), but the documentation for the variable reads:

Display all of the info returned by document/onHover. If this is set to nil, eldoc will show only the symbol information.

However, you may want to just set lsp-eldoc-enable-hover to nil:

If non-nil, eldoc will display hover info when it is present.

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