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This is a low priority but FYI:
The automatic indentation in the editor accounts for all brackets regardless of the #if directives and flags set.
The above was typed from top to bottom allowing the automatic indentation to apply.
This error/offset in the indentation applies the the rest of the document, I had to go up several methods to find the cause of the cursor ending up on the wrong level.
The expected behavior would be for the second bracket to end up at the same level as the first. The cursor and third bracket should both be one level to the left.
The workaround is to always match the brackets within all directives.
It's caused by the indentation engine :/
We'll replace it with the formatting engine in a future release - but I think that won't be in the next couple of months.
fixed with the new indentation engine.