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Matthew Cheok 7 years ago • updated by Edwin Dalorzo 10 months ago 17 3 duplicates
Highlight unbalanced braces and brackets or automatically insert and indent closing brace or bracket.

Duplicates 3

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Alternatively, a way to highlight the matching brace when one of the pair is selected
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Yeah, do that! It's much better. It will be like Xcode.
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Seconded! Highlighting brace pairs would also be a great feature.

On top of that, being able to collapse a brace-bounded region (or #region...#endregion tags in C#) would be nice, since we're on the subject :) May need to be a separate feature request.
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Looks like there's enough that can be done in the next few years :)

I'm currently considering writing a new, advanced syntax highlighter that would allow me to do stuff like that.
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That would be great!  I just bought Textastic to use with Scheme, which is a language *full* of parentheses.  Paren match highlighting is the only thing I've found missing in Textastic so far.
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This would be cool 8)
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Language-specific code format clean-up would be a fantastic feature. Curly-brace languages could line up brace pairs, HTML tags could get lined up, and code between the braces/tags could get indented to the same level.
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I use #region/#endregion extensively when working in C#. It'd be great to fold these at will, or even have a way of quickly navigating to #region labels.
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Oui, des touches additionnelles enveloppantes pour écrire du Markdown…

Bref, pouvoir sélectionner un mot puis cliquer sur la touche additionnelle et entourner ce mot en une seule opération… Comme *mot* !

Du coup ajouter aussi ** 

Nb : Daedalus touch fait cela superbement bien…

I would lova a feature that would automatically balance brackets. Pair highlighting sounds like a great feature too but for my purposes bracket completion would be incredibly helpful!!

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The highlight would be sufficient most of the time, but I also like the automation.

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This should be easy enough to add, and ease the input process, which is always difficult in mobile. 

It'd be cool to auto-close / highlight HTML tags as well.

Absolutely necessary feature, one that I miss a lot particularly when I write code in any language of the lisp family. It is hard to keep track of closing parenthesis just by visually counting them