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I'm sure other editors/IDEs have this, and I'm sure plenty of people know about it already, but I stumbled on it by accident the other day and I wanted to share for those who may be in the dark:

To write   in CFEclipse, you simply need to hit Ctrl-Enter (on a Windows machine, anyway).

It's already been a great help!

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Lots more where that came from:

One day Mark Drew will get this on the CFEclipse site :)

Posted by Jim on Feb 20, 2007 at 08:21 PM UTC - 5 hrs

I *WILL* get round to it! I have a few projects on the roll at the moment! but once done.. yep! :)

You could always add it to the wiki at! :)

Posted by Mark Drew on Feb 21, 2007 at 12:36 AM UTC - 5 hrs

Just stop using tables for layout and you can get rid of those ugly non-breaking spaces in your HTML!

Sorry, Sammy, couldn't resist the temptation to be the web standards police for a day ;)

Posted by Per Djurner on Feb 21, 2007 at 04:09 AM UTC - 5 hrs

Jim - Sweet. I didn't know that existed. I'll need to commit some of those to memory.

Per - yeah, I know! I'm just coming to speed on getting everything XHTML transitional, though. But, I'm only using nonbreaking spaces to indent my code (well, mostly - or that I can recall anyway). So, even still, I think laziness would reign supreme there. =)

Posted by Sam on Feb 21, 2007 at 06:13 AM UTC - 5 hrs

Geez I have to do everything around here :)

Posted by Jim Priest on Feb 21, 2007 at 09:05 AM UTC - 5 hrs

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