Fixing the indentation of bigger blocks of code by hand is a big chore – thus, many intelligent editors(e.g. SrcEdit) have had automatic indentation support for quite some time. PODS can do this, too – the secret is a set of key combinations.

Press Ctrl+I to indent a selected bit of code by one tap(aka add one tab space on the beginning of each line). Press Ctrl+Shift+I to remove one tab character(or a bunch of spaces) from the front of each of the selected lines.

I have tested this with PODS 1.2 and had no problems…could come in handy some day…

Related posts:

  1. SrcEdit Public Beta — revisited
  2. PODS and variables or standards vs. comfort
  3. Compiling FontBucket with PODS Part 2
  4. Adding tasks to source code in PODS
  5. PODS does not find every error

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