Whenever I am using Atom as a text editor, no matter if I have it language grammar set to HTML, CSS, js, or even plain text… I tend to like to slip 10+ lines at the end of a document, so that the last line of code isn’t at the very bottom, almost off the page. However, whenever I perform a [ Cmd + S ] if I’m on a Mac or [ Ctrl + S ] on my work PC, the extra lines that I’d like to keep are stripped out, and the whole document snaps to the bottom line.
At first I thought this was something that the Atom Beautify package might be doing, but it happens whether I’ve ‘beautified’ a file already or not.
I know that an easy workaround would be to add a blank multiline empty comment at the bottom of any document I’m working on. But I am hoping there is a less clunky option. Anybody know how to make Atom give me some space?