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Structural Highlighting

Structural Highlighting shows how your code lines up.

The feature is most useful if you are working with a code block that can not be fully displayed on the screen at once.

By default, this feature is enabled. You can disable it or customize the highlighting settings within the Structural Highlighting options page.

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