[answered] Multilines "bracket intention"

Let's say in my JS file I have two lines:

doSomething();
doSomethingElse();

I want to protect that with a test:

if (itIsSafe)
doSomething();
doSomethingElse();

What is the best way to enclose the two lines in brackets? I can use alt-enter and use the intensions menus, but only on the first line. Is it something quicker?

TIA

greg

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Sorry I forgot to tag this as a question.

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Hi there,

Create custom Live Template (use $SELECTION$ for selection placeholder).

Once all setup correctly -- your template will be available when you select some text and then invoke "Code | Surround With..." (Ctrl+Alt+T)

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That's if you need some custom/specific template. Basic if() with brackets is already avaialble in that list for JavaScript.

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ctrl+alt+t is exactly what I need :).

thanks a lot!

greg

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