Have you used the Alt-L Alt-C Alt-M combinations? They're another set of select/copy/move things that might already do what you want, except that Alt-C and Alt-M put the copied item after the current line.


On 5/17/2018 1:22 PM, MichaelQuigley@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I've added a RFE requesting to add functionality to copy or move a
selected block before the current line.


Take a look and vote for it if you like it.

I added this because I've seen the lack of this as an argument to keep
using SEU. (Although you can use the SEU commands in LPEX to copy/move

Michael Quigley
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The Way International

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