Below code is indented with 2
<- no-break space <- no-break space
I wrote this code block manually, i.e. prepend 4 spaces to each line.
Why don't I use Ctrl+K? Because it didn't work.
- If lines are indented with 3 or less normal spaces, Ctrl+K prepends 4 spaces.
- If lines are indented with 4 or more normal spaces, Ctrl+K removes 4 spaces.
But if lines are indented with any number of
, Ctrl+K does nothing.
I don't think 4
should be recognized as code block indentation. But if so, Ctrl+K should prepend 4 spaces to wrap with code block.
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