September 30
In the debugger windows, pointers and values in hex take a lot of space. In 64-bit this can take up a lot of room. Can there be an option to remove the extra zero's?
Basically any leading zeros on any numerical values should be removed.

Also maybe hex values could use h instead of 0x, saving an extra char. I realize it might cause problems with copying values but it could be optional too.
October 01

On 30/09/2019 22:09, Brett wrote:
> In the debugger windows, pointers and values in hex take a lot of space. In 64-bit this can take up a lot of room. Can there be an option to remove the extra zero's?

That's how the values are displayed for C++, too. That way you can see the size of the data type, too.

> Basically any leading zeros on any numerical values should be removed.

I agree, an option might be good.

> 
> Also maybe hex values could use h instead of 0x, saving an extra char. I realize it might cause problems with copying values but it could be optional too.

Although a h suffix is also supported when entering values, 0x is the way the language expects the values to be specified, so I'd rather stick with that.