Notepad++ has keyboard shortcuts built-in that can change the end-of-line convention for a specific line alone. This means one can inadvertently create a MIXED format file by accidentally typing the shortcut:
- 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*,
Question: Can these keyboard shortcuts be disabled or changed?
(I've scanned through
Settings > Shortcut Mapper and could not find Ctrl+M or Ctrl+J listed for EOL conversion.)