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Feature request: "Take line" advances the cursor by a line

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  • Aaron
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    Hello,

    Another option is to turn on the option to go to Next Difference Section under Tools -> Options: File Views, Next Difference. Then under Tools --> File Formats, specific format, Misc, make Lines Independent to make every section 1 line.

    Tools -> Customize Commands also has a command "Next Existing Line" (default Alt+Down, can be rebound)

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  • Aaron
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    Thanks, MrTact.

    I've added this to our Customer Wishlist, and will bring it up in discussion.

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  • Feature request: "Take line" advances the cursor by a line

    The reasoning behind this is thus:

    When I take an entire change, I can hop to the next change by using CTRL+N. However, if I take just a line, I then have to move my right hand from the home row to the arrow keys to move down a line. This makes complex merges a lot slower than they need to be.

    TimK
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