I’m using 188.8.131.52 and checked it against the production release 184.108.40.206 which works fine.
If you have a statement which uses nested brackets, the editor used to be clever enough to highlight the corresponding close bracket when you put your cursor on an open bracket (and vice versa). Now, this only works for the outermost pair of brackets; if I highlight any of the inner brackets, the outer brackets are highlighted too.
This makes it very difficult now when editing a large block of code to quickly see where bracketed portions of code start and end. I was recently editing some code and put my cursor on an open bracket up near the top as I needed to see where the close bracket was so that I could insert another inline view after it but actually there were 4 close brackets highlighted along with 3 more open brackets above my cursor.
While you could say that the close bracket I want is the 1st one I come to, it’s certainly not as easy to identify as just having the correct one highlighted and no others. I’ve looked through the settings and can’t see anything obvious so I guess someone has made a change to the way it works in the editor?
Use this simple example (obviously it won’t run): Select Trim( Nvl2( bob, To_char( x ), ‘0’ ) ) From Dual
Put your cursor on the 1st bracket and the 1st and last are highlighted. Put it on the Nvl bracket and 4 are now highlighted. Now the one on the To_Char and all 6 are highlighted! try this in 220.127.116.11 and only the pairs are highlighted.