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Position of comment symbol, block-commenting - Kdevelop/Kate

andrewmcleod
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I am using Kdevelop, but the problem is the same in pure Kate. Editing a Python file, e.g.
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if something:
    # arbitrary comment
    if something_else:
        do something

and doing Ctrl-d used to produce:
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#if something:
#    # arbitrary comment
#    if something_else:
#        do something
(ignore the weird first line indent)
which is easy to read/remove the comment symbol/have nested comments. But now it seems to produce:
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#if something:
    ## arbitrary comment
    #if something_else:
        #do something

which is much less clear (at least to me). Is there a way to get back to the old behaviour? Thanks :)
cvk
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I just stumbled on the same problem and wanted to know whether there is a solution. Using kate 16.08.3 (current debian stable).
ginette
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Any solution yet? Thanks! Martin

 
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