F# interactive and multiple lines

The F# interactive window in Visual Studio 2019 (for example) will not evaluate entered code untl the user inserts the string ";;"  

 

It looks to me as if Rider's F# Interactive interface automatically inserts ;; on each <enter> keypress, which means that the only way of entering multi-line functions is to copy them from another window.  Am I missing something?

Rider 2020.1.4  Build #RD-201.8538.1  (Linux)

 

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     Hello.
     Thank you for this request.

     To write multi-line code in F# interactive, you should use the “Shift + Enter” key combination after each line.

     I attached a video of how it works. 
     https://recordit.co/pmVh4GWv1l

     Best regards,
     Maxim Isaev.

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