Re: Feature Request: Block duplication and block delete
All these functionalities exist in FD... maybe not the way you are used to.
Eclipse: Selecting a block of text and pressing Ctrl+Alt+Down duplicates the block, with indentation preserved.
FD: Currently, this is limited to a single line in FD (Ctrl + D);
Select a block, hit Ctrl D, it duplicates the block with identation.
Eclipse: Selecting a block of text and pressing Ctrl + D deletes the block of text.
FD: Ctrt + Shift + D deletes the current line.
Select a block, hit Del.
Eclipse (with anyedit): Trim trailing spaces on file save
Another very useful feature.
Install FlexFormatter, configure the trailing spaces the way you want, hit Ctrl Shift D and it formats the code the way you want.