I have searched a shortcut to comment a Block.
Make a selection over some lines, then use shortcut, and all lines becomes a comment (# for php) in first column.
Also, another shortcut removes it. Only first collumn must be checked for it. If nor # there, nothing appends.
Maybe is allrdy there and i didnt found?
To comment or uncomment a selected block of text use <Ctrl+Alt+C> if available.
Or select the lines of text then right-click, select 'Selected text' (ausgewählter Text) then click on sub-item 'Comment / Uncomment' (Kommentar aus ausgewähltem Text).
ty, thats it.
But i have a problem with the shortcut, maybe u have an idea?
Ctrl+alt+c opens my CCC (Catalyst Control Center) so i have deaktivated that keys in the CCC, but i will not work in dev-php :(
> <Ctrl+Alt+C> doesn't work to comment / uncomment a block
Ok - that's the shortcut. But, what about the other method?
>> Or select the lines of text then right-click, then select 'Selected text'
>> (ausgewählter Text) then click on sub-item 'Comment / Uncomment'
>> (Kommentar aus ausgewähltem Text).
the other method works fine, only shortcut not.
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