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  1. Snowstorm
  2. STORM-320

Script Editor in Viewer 2.0+ "tabs" incorrectly

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    • Type: Defect
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: Viewer 2.1.1
    • Fix Version/s: Sprint 14
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    • QA Status:
      Resolution Verified
    • Approvals:
      Code Review, Product Owner

      Description

      Present since the initial release of Viewer 2.0 (after first error of scripts not recognizing new lines was solved).

      Indenting in a Second Life script is both highly irregular and bothersome. In Viewer 1.23 and earlier, one could predict indentation/tabbing as follows:

      If(x != y)
      {
      Predictable automatic single tab in
      }
      Predictable single tab 'back out'

      (apparently the auto-formatting of the JIRA doesn't allow me to place an open bracket or a closed bracket on its own line ... so that will have to be imagined)

      In Viewer 2.0 and later ... this behavior is completely unpredictable, sometimes resulting in multiple tabs "in", other times tabbing 2-3 spaces "out" (and sometimes tabbing 'out' when entering brackets ... or tabbing 'in' when leaving brackets).

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                Reporter:
                kenn.nilsson Kenn Nilsson
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