Using Developer Studio to edit C files, I want backspace to act like this:
1) if currently in "insert mode", I want backspace to act like it does ... i.e., to move characters to the left as it deletes the previous character
2) if currently in "overlay mode", I want backspace to move one character left and replace the character with a blank
This macro should do it - though the name could probably be better.
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if ( Application.TextEditor.OverType
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