Ptirhiik - RPGnet-fr wrote: I still don't get the point "it is more readable" : really, I don't think so, at contrary : if you don't know if you have to consider a linefeed because it is before or after a block, you can be sure there will be mistakes, as at least there is non-obvious interpretation. The more I consider a template with exta linefeed, the less I figure how a user can do the right move at first shot.
I think those empty lines show what's the actual code and what the MOD template more destinctivly than just the # characters. Also looking at continous code is an eyesore, to me atleast, I mean, do you code without any linebreaks anywhere? I hope not.
Also, I don't know why, but I feel that copy pasting code that is enclosed in empty lines is easier than no empty lines. To be honest, I've installed your MODs by hand before and it has happened to me on several occasions that I pasted three actions with their respectful code where just one set of code should be.