1. B M
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  3. Saturday, April 21 2018, 10:14 PM
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Unless I missed it, will you add more advanced SQL Editor formatting capabilities beyond what you allow today? Besides a color scheme and a few check-boxes under "Editor" tab, there does not seem to be anything else to fine tune code formatting. For example, there is lots of wasted space by inserting a space between parentheses and keywords/strings, etc. It's annoying that I have to go back and remove them manually. Or having a list of keywords separated by new lines and a comma so the comma begins a line.

For example:

SELECT
( xpath ( '/family/@name',profile ) ) [1]::text AS family,
f.ordinality,
f.f

vs

SELECT
(xpath('/family/@name',profile))[1]::text AS family,
f.ordinality,
f.f

or in case of commas:

select 1
, 2
, 3

vs

select 1,
2,
3

If I have to break and insert a new line, the second option above flows more naturally, it rolls off the tongue so to speak, than the first. Anyway, just curious.
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Hello,

Yes, we'll add more settings. Now the formatter works on its defaults.
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Lynn Fredricks Accepted Answer
B M, if there is a formatting feature you want, don't be shy about putting in a request by way of MANTIS. We very much look at user requests when adding features and their reasoning.
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