Ctrl+Alt+Enter inserts a blank line below the current line (Ctrl+Enter is taken).
IMHO, the description at https://sourceforge.net/apps/ideatorrent/notepad-plus/ideatorrent/idea/636/ and above is not fully correct.
At least in Visual Studio 2008 the following applies:
a.) CTRL+ENTER inserts a line ABOVE the current line and moves the cursor to the beginning of the newly inserted line.
b.) SHIFT+CTRL+ENTER inserts a line BELOW the current line and moves the cursor to the beginning of the newly inserted line.
That's true, I kind of took the description at face value. This new patch includes shortcuts for adding lines above and below the current line (and will move the caret).
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