Thanks for sharing your suggestion. Although it sounds logical, it will depend on the semantics of the comment whether it is for that particular method or not. Quite frequently developers comment-out large amounts of their source code (methods) and in those cases the code formatting will not work as expected. In general it is a good practice to use Doc comments (prefixed with /// in C# or ''' in VB.NET) instead of normal comments. This way, JustCode will know that the documentation is intentionally put in front of the method and will keep its correct position after formatting.
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