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  • #23251

    LTT
    Participant

    Issue 1:
    Select a string in the line.
    Use “Increase/Decrease Line Indent” commands.
    ** The selection should not change. It should differ from pressing Tab/Shift+Tab.

    Issue 2:
    Enable “Auto Indent”.
    Indent the EOF line.
    Use “Duplicate Line” command in the EOF line.
    ** The indents increased in the duplicated lines.

    #23268

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Issue 1: We changed the behavior of Line Indent-related commands par your comment on the next beta. This change also applies to Tab/Shift+Tab commands. Please let us know if anyone believes this change should be an option.

    Issue 2: We fixed this issue on the next beta.

    Thanks,

    #25455

    LTT
    Participant

    A:
    Need a simple way to insert tabs in empty lines.
    (But I think it’s not proper to make “Increase/Decrease Line Indent” commands differ from Tab/Shift+Tab in this case.)

    Currently I have to use these steps:
    Select the lines.
    Use “Select Beginning of Lines” command.
    Type a character.
    Undo.
    Type Tab key.

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    B:
    Select a non-empty line and an empty (non-EOF) line below it.
    Indent the selection.
    Undo.
    ** The undone result is not correct.

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    C:
    Since the 4 commands below also handle multiple selections, I think “Line” in their names is not proper/necessary:
    Increase Line Indent
    Decrease Line Indent
    Tab or Increase Line Indent
    Tab Left or Decrease Line Indent

    #25462

    LTT
    Participant

    The C above is not correct. Please ignore it.

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    Suggestion 1:
    In some editors (e.g. UltraEdit, Notepad3), an auto-indent is added in 2 steps (the newline character, then the indent). Thus it can be undone in 2 steps.
    So when I add a new line but don’t want to indent it, I just press Enter key and then Ctrl+Z.
    This is really convenient, since an indent is often not just a single character.

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    Suggestion 2:
    Select some indented lines.
    Use “Select Ending of Lines” command.
    Press Enter key.
    How about indenting all the new lines (but in the manner mentioned in Suggestion 1)?

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    BTW,
    “Indent Column” in “All Commands” menu needs an “s”.

    #25479

    LTT
    Participant

    D:
    Wrap by Window.
    Enable “Wrap Indent”.
    Add a long line so it wraps.
    Indent the line.
    ** Its wrapped lines don’t show the indent gaps.
    ** While cursor position(s) in its wrapped lines obey “Wrap Indent”.

    #25487

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello LTT,

    A. One way to insert tabs in empty lines is, make a vertical selection (CTRL + ALT + Up/Down arrow) where you want to insert tabs, and press TAB.

    I will fix issues B and D on the next version.

    Thanks,

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