[ANN] LineMover plugin 1.0 : it auto-indents !!

version 1.0 (for Irida 3177+)
version 1.0.0 (for build 2250..3144)
new: moved lines indentation is updated on the fly.
(thanks to Dmitry Skavish.)


Reminder: shortcut conflict !!
Since recently, one of the 2 plugin default shortcuts conflictw with
the new "Quick Implementation" action.

suggestion:
- On MacOS X, remap Quick-Implementation to ^I
(this is http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=38657)

- On Windows, or Linux, remap Quick-Implementation as you please, but
remap it!!

Alain Ravet



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Excellent. However, you do realize that this functionality is on the list for going into Irida, yes? I wouldn't spend too much more time polishing it if I were you.

--Dave Griffith

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Dave

However, you do realize that this functionality is on the list for going into Irida, yes?

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This request has been open for ages, so everything is possible?!
If they can spend that time on polishing MacOS X keyboard support just a
tiny little bit, that will be time well spent by me. :)

I wouldn't spend too much more time polishing it if I were you.

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AFAIK, there is no place for improvement, as it's so simple, and does
just one simple thing.
Any improvement idea?

("MoveToLeft", and "MoveToRight" would make sense, but they are closer
to the MoveElement plugin that to this one.)


Alain


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Hello Alain,

It works great, thanks for the enhancement.

Best,
Andrei

version 1.0 (for Irida 3177+)
version 1.0.0 (for build 2250..3144)
new: moved lines indentation is updated on the fly.
(thanks to Dmitry Skavish.)
Reminder: shortcut conflict !!
Since recently, one of the 2 plugin default shortcuts conflictw
with
the new "Quick Implementation" action.
suggestion:
- On MacOS X, remap Quick-Implementation to ^I
(this is
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=38657)
- On Windows, or Linux, remap Quick-Implementation as you please,
but remap it!!

Alain Ravet



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