Auto Collapse Blocks

Auto Collapse Blocks 0.0.1 Vsix File Free Download

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Updated: May 23, 2020

You are about to download the Auto Collapse Blocks 0.0.1 vsix file for Visual Studio Code 1.45.0 and up: auto-collapse-blocks, Default close blocks. I'd like to be able to leave an inline comment in a source file (html, ... ...

Please note that the Auto Collapse Blocks vsix file v0.0.1 on VsixHub is archived from the Visual Studio Marketplace without any modification. You could choose a server to download the offline vsix extension file and install it.

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What Does The Extension Do >

Auto Collapse Blocks is a free extension for VS Code published by allergan bt (allergan-bt), you can install it to increase the power of your Visual Studio Code:

Default close blocks. I'd like to be able to leave an inline comment in a source file (html, ts, js, scss, xml, etc) that will automatically collapse the block starting on the next line whenever I open a file. I get annoyed opening a file then having to manually close a bunch of blocks so I can focu (Default close blocks. Allows developers to leave an inline comment in a source file (html, ts, js, scss, xml, etc) that will automatically collapse the block starting on the next line whenever they open a file.) Learn more >

Verify Vsix File (Size & Checksum) >

• Vsix File: auto-collapse-blocks-0.0.1_vsixhub.com.vsix

• Requires: VS Code 1.45.0 and up

• File Size: 4645 bytes (4.54 KB)

• MD5: c14f411b22d2b5844b8a9fcd8fb2c9bc

• SHA1: 29eee8067b6e0d0d4e1a6bd2c07ad51054657b04

• SHA256: 9e33837afeb2942389d22ce730acbaca306350e383ab5545f706cdd6ec426c29

How to Install Auto Collapse Blocks From a VSIX >

You can easily install the Auto Collapse Blocks extension packaged in the .vsix file:

Launch VS Code, use the Install from VSIX command in the Extensions view command drop-down, or the Extensions: Install from VSIX command in the Command Palette, and point to the .vsix file (i.e. auto-collapse-blocks-0.0.1_vsixhub.com.vsix).

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