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CodeLab v6.6 (for advanced users) Released August 9, 2022


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8 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

There are two reasons someone might want to disable it:

3. When it changes your own simple variable to some unknown (to me) Pdn method with a similar name.😉

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Visual Studio has a visual hint to indicate when an item will/won't auto complete:

Solid Selection = Auto Complete

Outline Selection = No Auto Complete (in case of typos, auto complete can be forced with the Tab key)

 

 

I'm adding a similar hint to CodeLab.  I hope this will reduce "surprises" when an item auto completes (or doesn't).

 

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Serveral months ago Visual Studio Code added this thing called Rainbow Braces.

The feature is available in the regular Visual Studio with extensions: Viasfora or Rainbow Braces.

 

Now that I've become accustom to these rainbow braces, I wanted them in CodeLab too.

 

So... the next version of CodeLab will have an option for Rainbow Braces!

 

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Dang. I never knew I needed them until I saw this ^ screenshot. Yes please :)

 

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9 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

 

So... the next version of CodeLab will have an option for Rainbow Braces!

 

So pretty 😍 It might even get me interested in writing code 😂

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I like the multi-colored brackets as I think it will make reading codes easier as I sometime get lost in reading the sequencing.

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That could be very informative.

The colour coded parenthesis look very useful too... previously I would add a comment e.g.. "// end inner loop"... it's so easy to get it wrong, then the errors disappear and you can't see where you have gone wrong.

 

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