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Is there any way how to collapse all blocks in ruby code in Notepad++?

It is much easy to navigate the code of functions, routes in Sinatra and blocks in rufus if all blocks are collapsed.

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You can use the options under view.

The one that you are looking for is Fold all but you might find some of the other fold/collapse ones helpful.

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    The shortcut is alt+0 for fold all and alt+shift+0 for unfold all. Thank you.
    – Radek
    Jun 12, 2012 at 23:55
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    If the shortcut is not working for you, make sure you use the 0 above the letter keys, the one on the numpad doesn't seem to work (with an AZERTY keyboard).
    – Stijn
    Apr 3, 2014 at 15:24
  • Or my QWERTY keyboard FYI @Stijn
    – Jeff
    Jun 12, 2014 at 21:17
  • This shortcurt also works for XML code.
    – Stephan
    Mar 11, 2016 at 14:23
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Short Cuts to collapse & expand :

1) To collapse/fold all blocks - Alt+0

2) To expand/unfold all blocks - Alt+Shift+0

3) To collapse current level - Ctrl+Alt+F

4) To expand current level - Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F

The above question's superset is as follows : Notepad++ expand/collapse block with keyboard

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Just to complement the answers posted before, I would like to add that it is possible to collapse the levels of nesting on a level of 1 to 8 with the following shortcut alt + [nesting level] like so:

Nesting level 1: alt + 1

Nesting level 2: alt + 2

Nesting level 3: alt + 3

Nesting level 4: alt + 4

Nesting level 5: alt + 5

Nesting level 6: alt + 6

Nesting level 7: alt + 7

Nesting level 8: alt + 8

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