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To open a member twice you don't really <open> it, instead when a member is
already open and selected you just click the specific icon on the right
upper corner, it looks like a small rectangle with a vertical line in the
It's not dangerous at all, as it's not a second, or third and on, copy:
it's the same file which can be seen in different tabs so you can see
different portions of it. The moment you make a change in one line it will
reflect in any tab with the same source file open. I find it extremely
useful when I write c specifications while coding variables' declaration at
the same time. This is a VSC feature. It works with any open file.

Yes, I agree with you that VSC logic of managing files and projects it's
tricky, especially coming from other coding environments, but as far as I
know it's common among a certain class of IDEs , like NetBeans, rather
than a MS feature. Basically VSC is just an editor with lots of generic
functions, what makes the difference are the extensions you install.

Hope it helps.

Il Mer 3 Nov 2021, 20:08 Sam_L <lennon_s_j@xxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:


"the nesting lines for loops". On reflection, it's probably not Ruler,
but in settings search for "guides.indentation". It's a standard VS Code


On 11/3/2021 2:36 PM, Sam_L wrote:

"the nesting lines for loops" Personally, I like the vertical lines. In
**free code, if you have Rpgle Indention Enable it helps keep the
structure of your code clear. And With Ctrl + [ and Ctrl + ] you can
move a line or selected lines left and right by a tab stop. If the
lines really bother you, you might searching VS Code settings for Ruler.
Thought I have not experimented with this.

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