One click 'Reformat Code'

Is it possible to do something about pop-up "Reformat Code". I usually check
everything and to have it pop up every time becomes annoying.
Thanks


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Hello Shimon,

Once you have checked the boxes, you can use the hand-breaking shortcut CtrlShiftAlt+F
to reformat. It will format the entire document if nothing is selected, or
only the selected text.

Ed

Is it possible to do something about pop-up "Reformat Code". I usually
check
everything and to have it pop up every time becomes annoying.
Thanks



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Thanks.

"Ed Chapel" <echapel@crosscurrentinc.com> wrote in message
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Hello Shimon,

>

Once you have checked the boxes, you can use the hand-breaking shortcut
CtrlShiftAlt+F to reformat. It will format the entire document if
nothing is selected, or only the selected text.

>

Ed

>
>> Is it possible to do something about pop-up "Reformat Code". I usually
>> check
>> everything and to have it pop up every time becomes annoying.
>> Thanks
>



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I use a slightly different combo that works really well for me. I press
CtrlAltF, space bar. Since the OK button has focus it presses it. I
can do that so fast that sometimes I only see a blink from the dialog
popping up and going away so fast. It's (slightly) easier than doing
CtrlShiftAlt+F.

Darrel

Shimon Sim wrote:

Thanks.

"Ed Chapel" <echapel@crosscurrentinc.com> wrote in message
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>>Hello Shimon,
>>
>>Once you have checked the boxes, you can use the hand-breaking shortcut
>>CtrlShiftAlt+F to reformat. It will format the entire document if
>>nothing is selected, or only the selected text.
>>
>>Ed
>>
>>
>>>Is it possible to do something about pop-up "Reformat Code". I usually
>>>check
>>>everything and to have it pop up every time becomes annoying.
>>>Thanks
>>
>>


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I just reassign shortcut to Alt Ctrl \
after breaking my fingers for a day.
:)
"Darrel Brown" <darrel@autonomoussolutions.com> wrote in message
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>I use a slightly different combo that works really well for me. I press
>CtrlAltF, space bar. Since the OK button has focus it presses it. I can
>do that so fast that sometimes I only see a blink from the dialog popping
>up and going away so fast. It's (slightly) easier than doing
>CtrlShiftAlt+F.
>

Darrel

>

Shimon Sim wrote:

>> Thanks.
>>
>> "Ed Chapel" <echapel@crosscurrentinc.com> wrote in message
>> news:106baec83f7e8c85844655844fe@news.jetbrains.com...
>>
>>>Hello Shimon,
>>>
>>>Once you have checked the boxes, you can use the hand-breaking shortcut
>>>CtrlShiftAlt+F to reformat. It will format the entire document if
>>>nothing is selected, or only the selected text.
>>>
>>>Ed
>>>
>>>
>>>>Is it possible to do something about pop-up "Reformat Code". I usually
>>>>check
>>>>everything and to have it pop up every time becomes annoying.
>>>>Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>

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