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JCreator - stopping comments

Posted on 2008-10-03
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Hi,

I'm using JCreator, but I've got a bit of a niggle. Everytime I start a multi-line comment, JCreator takes it upon itself to insert a " *" (minus quotes obviously) every line. Such:

/****
 *           <- Here

How can I stop it doing this nonsense?...

Thanks,
Uni
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I have 4.50.010 and have fiddled around a bit and you can't seem to switch it off!
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Shame... Thanks anyway. :)
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