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i guess you should add button on left side of for if clicked on code wil minimized.
feature -> won't do this, would produce too many + on the side when doing that, tried that back a while.
Some IDEs do this and it doesn't seem to be a problem. It can really help for large ifs and stuff like that.
Mike: I'm not arguing for or against (I don't really use code folding), but what if MD only offered to collapse for-loops of >= x number of lines?
That's a great idea - support folding all scope blocks greater than 5 lines or so.
hm, I think for >= x lines it makes sense. We'll have to test that.
It produced too many clutter in the folding margin as I tried to have that on >any< block, was really awful.
Yea, I can believe that...
Implemented in new resolver branch (Master doesn't have the required infrastructure for that).
Btw. I would like to get some feedback about it.