Notepad++ lets the user specify whether the end of lines (EOL) format for a file should be entirely in Windows, Unix, or Mac formats. Notepad++ also remembers the EOL format type encountered in the last used file and uses that EOL format if a new file is created.
This part is great.
The problem is that Notepad++ seems to have some pesky default keyboard shortcuts built-in that can create MIXED format files, creating havoc with this otherwise quite reasonable situation.
- Ctrl+M inserts a Mac style EOL character (i.e. 0x0D only) *on just that line*, - Ctrl+J puts a UNIX style EOL character (i.e. (0x0A only) *on just that line*,
The hazard is that rapid typing and using the keyboard heavily with other shortcut commands could inadvertantly mean typing one of these above, each time turning at least one line in the file into another EOL format.
So my Question: How can I turn OFF these apparently built-in keyboard shortcuts.
Please Note: I've already scanned through
Settings > Shortcut Mapper and could not find Ctrl+M or Ctrl+J listed for EOL conversion.