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When making a selection and pasting code form the clipboard some of the selected code is not erased but stays before the pasted code.
The following code is indented 12 spaces, <A,B,C> is markers for the explanation
throw new NotImplementedException();<C>
Selecting the code and pasting "Console.WriteLine("Hello");" you can get:
"Exception();" is 12 characters correlating to the indentation.
The bug presents itself if the selection is done from <B> to <C> using the shift key and either the arrow keys or mouse click.
There is no bug if:
If selection is done by mouse drag
If a selection is made from <A> to <C>
When doing the selection from <B> it is visually displayed as if the selection start at <A>.
good finding btw.
I have tried the latest commit from the master branch and the bug is still there.
I cannot find any commit referring to this bug ID in any branch so perhaps the fix is not pushed yet?
it's not fixed in master - we've an internal branch for monodevelop 3.0
It'll become the new master 'soon'