Code formatting - "extra" line breaks

I have an if statement with a function call that looks like this:

if (!Function(string.Format("Long Text with parmeter {0}", stringParameter), functionParameter))
{
   ...
}


And when it is auto formatted with the options I have selected, it ends up like this:

if (
   !Function(
             string.Format("Long Text with parmeter {0}",
                           stringParameter),
             functionParameter))
{
   ...
}

But that isn't really what I'm trying to format to.  Ideally I would like it to look like this:

if (!Function(string.Format("Long Text with parmeter {0}",
                            stringParameter),
              functionParameter))
{
   ...
}

I cannot seem to find the right combination of options to get that result.  Is it possible to do so?

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Hello Brian,

  It is a known issue https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RSRP-274953. You are welcome to comment and vote for it.

  Also please try unticking the following option: ReSharper | Options | Code Editing | C# | Formatting Style | Other | Align Multiline Constructs | Call arguments.

Thanks!

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