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Andrea Gomez
Andrea Gomez
8,609 Points

The indentation shortcut does not work for me.

I press the correct keys however, they don't seem to work.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,583 Points

Which keys are you referring to?

2 Answers

musab abdi
musab abdi
2,096 Points

i have the same problem because the language in my computer is not English

Terrance Corley
Terrance Corley
11,990 Points

Hi Andrea,

I'm not sure why ctrl+[ and ctrl+] aren't working for you...but as an alternative for indenting you can just press the tab key. As long as your spaces on the bottom of your workspaces is set to "2", that should allow for proper indentation when you use the tab key.

Hope this helps.