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Date 2017-01-23.15:03:23
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I did not mark this as a bug. I marked it as an "enhancement" and I said that the priority was low.

"I'm not exactly sure what you mean"

In an IDE when developing in python, each time you press enter, the cursor is set to the same indentation level as the previous line so that you don't need to type spaces on every new line to return to the same indentation level. I am merely suggesting that the interactive interpreter do the same thing. 

"is more of a subjective opinion"

You are of course correct that this is a subjective opinion. But it's not just my subjective opinion. As I said, it's what nearly every IDE does including (maybe?) the one that you're using.
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