Could the current line be copied when Copy (Ctrl-C) is done without selection?
I know it can be done with Ctrl-Shift-C but Ctrl-C is easier.
BTW, how does one copy multiple lines with Ctrl-Shift-C?
You can change that setting in Edit -> Preferences -> keybindings if you want.
BTW -> How to you want to copy multiple lines without selection since the soft don't know which one you want to copy ?
Maybe I miss understood, can you be more specific ?
Can I bind both normal copy and line copy to Ctrl-C?
If so, I'd still like that to be the default.
Changing the default behavior of <Ctrl>C will not be accepted. See discussion at https://github.com/geany/geany/pull/197
About copying multiple lines, just select these multiple lines, and <Ctrl><Shift>C (or whatever it has been rebound to) will copy all selected lines.
Could you then add an option to have the requested behavior? I find it really useful in my normal editors (UltraEdit and Visual Studio).
This "smart copy/cut" is really convenient and it could be optional, like smart home key option, so it shouldn't do any harm to users who don't want it.
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