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Lotus Scipt Editor: Right Click to turn Selected lines of code into comments

I Would like to be able to select a bunch of lines of code in Lotus Script and -via right click menu- Turn them into comments all at the same time. (So every single of this lines would start with ' now)

 

 

Additionally:

- If a line of code  is already a comment, still add the character (one more time)

- there should be also  a menu item to remove one of this characters 

 

Please do not make this a  %REM %End Rem Sequience instead (the above is more flexible) The same is often offered  in Editors for the C language family (Adding  or removing  // on the very same way).

 

Additionaly: It would be helpfule to have a right click + Paste as Comment option too (Code copied from elsewhere for comparison).

 

 

thanks, Bernfried

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  • Aug 7 2019
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    Guest commented
    07 Aug 10:54

    Available today in the Eclipse based LotusScript editor: Select lines of code, then press <Shift>+<Ctrl>+7 (on German keyboard, not sure about other keyboard layouts).

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    Guest commented
    18 Aug 07:11

    Thanks for hint of Shift-Crtl-7, but this is tough to find and not the same (instead of adding another layor of  ' , it toggels (and my comments become code causing compile errors).