# Remove/Delete current line in Notepad++

Specifically I want to make a context menu option that (on rightclick) removes/deletes the current line. The catch is the line should be deleted even if it´s not selected. Meaning I don't have to use CTRL+SHIFT+UP & CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT or mouse to select the line before deleting. The only required thing would be just a click on the line making it selected.
I also need a string for shortcuts.xml file so this would show up under the Run menu. I can edit contextmenu.xml myself because that's the easy part.

Is it possible?
I looked at various N++ commands and there were some Scintilla commands that looked like what I needed but I had no luck putting them into shortcuts.xml so they would work.

I also need a string for shortcuts.xml file so this would show up under the Run menu.

This part cannot be done. The Run menu only contains external commands.

Specifically i want to make a context menu option that (on rightclick) removes/deletes the current line.

This can be easily done using a macro:

1. Click Macro -> Start Recording.

2. Mimic deleting the current line by pressing the following keys:

Home, Home, Shift + End, Del, Del

(The second Home is to remove possible indentation.)

3. Click Macro -> Stop Recording.

4. Click Macro -> Save Current Recorded Macro....

5. Choose a macro_name (mandatory) and a key combination (optional).

6. Click OK.

7. Edit the contextMenu.xml and add the following line:

<Item MenuEntryName="Macro" MenuItemName="macro_name"/>