Line above

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06 Sep, 2017 04:10 PM

Sometimes I need to quickly insert a new line *above* the current line I'm working in; so, instead of hitting arrow up and enter (hurry makes some mistakes with arrow keys) you could create a command Shift-Enter which moves the cursor above in an automatic new line.
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  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fletcher on 06 Sep, 2017 04:16 PM

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    I'll consider it for the future, but there is also the "shift down"
    command that moves the current line down a line (slightly different
    command, but often the same result if you're at the end of the document.)

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