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kpmoody7
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How to stop Vivado 2020.2 reverse indentation (shift + tab) from going to next line

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It looks like in the latest versions of Vivado a new feature is to have the reverse indentation feature (shift + tab) return the cursor to the front of the line following the one where it was applied after reversing the indent. Is there a way to turn this off? I haven't been able to find anything in the settings or online, but maybe I am looking in the wrong place.

I can see how this new feature is convenient if you want to unindent a lot of text sequentially, but I have found that much less common than just writing code and wanting to go back one indent one the same line, when writing conditional statements, for example (given that Vivado defaults to returning the cursor to the same indentation level as the current one when you press return).

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syedz
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@kpmoody7 

 

I don't think there is a way to turn this off in Vivado text editor.

 

--Syed

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syedz
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@kpmoody7 

 

I don't think there is a way to turn this off in Vivado text editor.

 

--Syed

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