#178 ✓invalid
Felipe Coury

Soft return doesn't work

Reported by Felipe Coury | March 7th, 2010 @ 11:07 PM

In TextMate there is a "soft return" command when you hit Cmd+Return. The effect of this command is that it goes to the next line as a Return would, but it doesn't break the current line.

An example: let's say I created a new method, and the "autopairing" took care of closing my parens, leaving the cursor before the closing match, like below (the cursor is represented by a pipe):

def my_method(arg1, arg2|)

When I hit Cmd+Return (probably Ctrl+Return in Windows), TextMate positions the cursor on the line below, like this:

def my_method(arg1, arg2)
| end

This is a nice to have feature, since it speeds up typing. In Redcar, this command is unavailable, leading to this result:

def my_method(arg1, arg2


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