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How do I keep the #region/#endregion directives on the left edge, or is that possible (C#)?

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Hello, How do I keep the #region/#endregion directives on the left edge, or is that possible (C#)? The #region/#endregion keep moving to the left to align with the rest of the code.  I don't want that to happen. Regards, Robert

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