Re: [NTB] pesky 'feature'.
- When I've tried to "undo" with Ctrl-Z it doesn't fix THIS problem. Would the Split Lines option have any bearing on this problem?
--- In email@example.com, Geoff Lane <geoff@...> wrote:
> On Saturday, April 2, 2011, bruce.somers@... wrote:
> > Sometimes, I inadvertantly hit some key or key-combination that
> > removes all line-breaks from a file being edited. What can that be?
> > There ought to be a way to disable that. And such a command should
> > request confirmation.
> Sounds like 'Join Lines' (Ctrl+J) to me. I don't think you can disable
> it. However, you can restore things to how they were by pressing
> Geoff Lane
> Cornwall, UK
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jrobinke" <robin.keller@...> wrote:
>If Ctrl+Z doesn't change anything, then the answer is No.
> When I've tried to "undo" with Ctrl-Z it doesn't fix THIS problem. Would the Split Lines option have any bearing on this problem?
Ctrl+z undoes actual changes to the document.
Take a look at Word-Wrap instead (Ctrl+W). This TOGGLES the way lines are displayed, without modifying the document.