Let's protect the Arduino IDE from that dreadful virus called featuritis. Advanced developers can always switch to a more advanced and featurefull editor, after all.
So it seems code regions are useful in very large projects.
I personally am not sure where the line is on noobie stuff, "we" hand them a kinda pricey board that could burst into flames, show them how to mess with mains current, then turn around and say a +/- expansion box in the IDE is too confusing for them
next time I will just be blunt instead of assuming the reader would figure that out
hold shift bump delete watch half a page vanish, ctrl-z? doesn't save on exit(lost entire nights worth of effort over that one) when I exit, it asks if I want to save, maybe I don't know what you mean by "exit" , sometimes doesn't save when manually saved, I've never had problems with that has issues with library locations, Again, never been an issue for me its HUGE (seriously 230mb for a text editor? uhh, it's a bit more than just a text editor, you have a whole programming language included over half of that is java), and you cant even change the font size yes you can, look in the preference file
when I exit, it asks if I want to save, maybe I don't know what you mean by "exit"
I've never had problems with that
Again, never been an issue for me
uhh, it's a bit more than just a text editor, you have a whole programming language included
yes you can, look in the preference file
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