On 06.05.2011 21:52, Dave Page wrote:
> On Friday, May 6, 2011, Erwin Brandstetter<brsaweda(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
>> About the new feature the SQL editor: collapsing / expanding logical parts of the code .. (Do we have a name for it?)
>> Other features like this have an entry in the "View" menu with which to activate / deactivate it.
>> Indent guides
>> Line ends
>> White space
>> I had half expected to find an entry for the new feature, too. Would you think adding one is a good idea?
>> The feature seems pretty useful most of the time. But it would be nice to be able to deactivate it, too ... if that's even possible.
> Not much point really - if you don't want to use it, don't collapse anything.
If you don't use it, it still clutters up the interface and takes away
some space, which might be a concern for smaller displays.
After a lot of effort went into dialogs usable at 800x600 I could see
additional benefit here. Not that I plan to work on 800x600. Just saying ..
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