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Leonardo Montini for This is Learning

Posted on • Updated on • Originally published at leonardomontini.dev

🧲 Sticky Scroll in vscode

Classes and methods might get really long, making you lose context of what the code is about.

Visual Studio Code recently added a new cool feature you can enable in the settings, called Sticky Scroll.

When it’s enabled, everytime you go deeper on a nesting level, the first row remains sticky at the top of editor.

Thanks to the project being Open Source, on vscode the are constantly new smart features every month. Some of them, even if small, are highly appreciable!

Here a short video to see it in action!

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Mateus Furquim

This is awesome!

As a Vim user, I had to search for a Vim alternative, and here it is: wellle/context.vim.

🌚 Friends don't let friends browse without dark mode.

Just kidding, it's a personal preference. But you can change your theme, font, etc. in your settings.

The more you know. 🌈