How to configure the formatter to ignore indentation inside lines of code?

Delphi 10.3
There is an example code
AddField(_EXT_ID,'Vneshnie', N'(18)');
AddField('StreetName','Naimenovanie','S(50,V)');
AddField('LastUpdate','Posledniaia','D(DT)');
AddField('StreetType','Thepolicy','S(20,V)');
AddField('Code','Code','S(20,V)');


I feel that the arguments were placed one under the other. For example:
AddField(_EXT_ID, 'Vneshnie', N '(18)');
AddField('StreetName', 'Naimenovanie', 'S(50,V)');
AddField('LastUpdate', 'Posledniaia', 'D(DT)');
AddField('StreetType', 'Thepolicy', 'S(20,V)');
AddField('Code', 'Code', 'S(20,V)');


When you apply formatting (Ctrl+D), the code aligned as in the first example.
This is a normal situation, but not any features that will leave second example?
April 4th 20 at 13:27
2 answers
April 4th 20 at 13:29
You can try to configure the formatter in CnPack. There it allows you to configure themselves quite thin. Ctrl+W.
April 4th 20 at 13:31
There is also the Jedi Code formatter Formatter, it somehow went better than built-in. You can look for.

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