Same thing for me. Which is why I suggested turning off parsing. That will work for sure!

We have some vendor code, where we do NOT want to auto "re-format" the clle code. Because that messes up compare source code for changes.

So, disable parse will work! Although you lose the colors. Oh well, I toggle back in forth. Not perfect solution, but a work around.

Ken Killian

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On 9/22/20 11:18 AM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
Hey David - you probably also had to say to auto-format - turn that
off for the time you enter this statement, then turn it on again -
wish we had a switch for that, I don't know if a user-key could be set up for that.

This ONLY happens on the ENDDO command.

All other commands the comment in front stays exactly where I type it.


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