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RDi - Change position to proc in editor using outline
When using the RDi outline to choose a proc, the proc is always positioned halfway down the screen. I request a change to position to the last line of code prior to the proc as the first line in the editor. Position to the last line of actual code; skipping comments.
The last line of code prior to the chosen proc as the first line in the editor is optimal for viewing. That position allows me, the developer, to see comments and as much code as possible. Many times the whole proc is viewable.
Benefit is saving time.
Currently, when the editor positions the code halfway down the screen I have to press F12 to change the focus from the outline to the editor and arrow down for more code. For many small procs I end up wasting a good bit of time bouncing between the outline and editor.
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