Whew, Thanks Adrian.
It was not simple for me to turn on.
FWIW I did Window/Preferences/LPEX Editor/User commands
Click on the drop down arrow in Class Name box, select
com.ibm.lpex.samples.HairlineCommand
Click Set apply OK
Then in the LPEX command line I enter
'hairline cursor' or 'hairline off', to turn on and off.

Frank Kolmann

date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 12:11:22 -0500
from: adrian <stori@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Vertical line in editor - is it possible?

There is a sample command "hairline", which you'll have to register from
the LPEX Editor > User Commands preference page. When turned on, it
displays a thin vertical line at the current cursor column, or it can be
activated to continuously track the cursor.

For additional information, enter
?hairline
on any LPEX command line.

Rick.Chevalier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
A co-worker asked me an interesting question. In SEU he uses a
vertical line to assist in lining up code. I think that's more a
function of iSeries Access than SEU. I have looked at the help for
shortcuts and editor actions but didn't see anything that looked >like
what he's wanting.

Is there a way to do this in the lpex editor?


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