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Author gladman
Recipients gladman, jcasale, methane, paul.moore, roelschroeven, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2018-06-30.17:21:43
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You are exactly right Steve - that is very close to what I am seeing and it is often quite hard to read. For example, where function prototypes are displayed on two lines, it takes me a lot longer to parse and understand them when compared with a situation where they are displayed on a single line. 

Although I agree with those who claim that there is an ideal line length for readability, I really don't think this can be predicted in advance since it is inevitably varies widely from one user to another.  So I remain convinced that it is better to use a design that dynamically adjusts to the width available.

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