A few days ago while I was watching the Udemy Python tutorials, I can across an issue that other users may have found too. In the tutorial, the instructor explains how to use “Multi-line Coding.” He said that in order to activate multi-line coding you need to press ctrl+ left click. I did exactly that and it didn’t work! I tried the same combination over and over and over and over but nothing happened, I was still working with only one line of code.
At this rate I knew I was going to have to type out every line of code one by one or copy paste it. Sounds like a hassle right? It is and I refuse to do it! I resorted to the “Google Goddess” as we call her in my house, but even she didn’t have an answer. Then I remembered I had a phone and could just ask Mr. Cranford. What he said disappointed me…
They don’t have it! The creators of Thonny just decided not to have multi-line coding in their software. Why? We may never know! They just didn’t! I’m not sure if there are any work-arounds for this issue, but I’m tempted to go leave a complaint about it. If I find anything I’ll be sure to post something about it though!