As known, there is a “smart_indent” option in Sublime Text. However I have recently found this intent option un-smart when I wanted to change the style of indentation.
E.g., when I type a
for(int i=1;i<=n;i++) cin>>a[i];
But the “smart_indent” option would do this↓ when I change into my preference of the sentence:
for(int i=1;i<=n;i++)cin>>a[i]; int x;
I mean it would still insert a tab when I press “Enter”. Worse yet, if I backspaced that tab and finish the second line and press enter again, the third line would backspace a tab automatically.
That’s really annoying isn’t it, so I switched off the smart_indent option, wishing it would no longer produce that tab.
However, things get worse. Nothing would happen when I enter the second line, but a tab would still be backspaced on the third line!
It seems to me that this is a bug. Hope it’d be repaired in the near future.