Is there a keyboard combination to start a new line at the beginning of the line without disabling auto indent?
For trouble shooting, I usually put temporary code and comments at the beginning of the line, rather than indented with the rest of the code. This makes it easier to clean up afterwards.
Most of the coding editors I use have something like
shift-enter for this, but I can’t find a reference to this anywhere. Maybe it’s there but I just don’t know that it’s called.