[wingide-users] folded header function goes right when enter hit
ajikoe at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 13:22:50 EDT 2006
Hello try this:
then fold until it looks like this:
- def codedump():
+ def a():
+ def b():
Then put the cursor at the beginning of the line of def b()
def b() : will goes right.
On 6/9/06, Wingware Support <support at wingware.com> wrote:
> Pujo Aji wrote:
> > with wing ide 2.1.0.rc1 I found that if we have folded functions:
> > + def a()
> > + def b()
> > If we want to make space between def a() and def b() we would put the
> > cursor prior to def b() and hit enter.
> > This make the header of the function goes to the right.
> I can't reproduce this; when I do this in a python file containing only
> two functions (a & b), a blank line is inserted between the two
> functions. If you're seeing something different, please send the file
> with instructions on how to reproduce this to support at wingware.com.
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