There should be an ability to toggle comments on/off with the same command. EVERY other code editor and IDE I've used uses ctrl+/ (Mac: cmd+/) to toggle a comment. If the line/selection is commented, uncomment it. If the line/selection is not commented, comment it. This is my first day using this, and from all the praise I've heard, I'm blown away that there are two different commands to comment or uncomment (ctrl+k+c and ctrl+k+u ??) I'm gonna give up before the end of my trial for this single reason, it doesn't really matter how cool the rest of the functionality is. This is one of those "little things" that I don't think I can give up. It's too useful and convenient in other editors
Posted 14 Aug 2018
Thank you for your post.
We understand that this is one of the basic functionality that is usual for a daily development process.
Our developers will work to solve the issue when there is no ability to toggle a comment and this will be done in one of the future versions of The Welkin Suite Blaze.
Right now I cannot tell when exactly this option will be available for you, however, I will let you know just when we release it.
If you would have any other questions or suggestion, please let me know. I'll be happy to answer them and assist.
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