Why does Red Gate SQL Prompt add spaces / tabs between table alias and column name?

One issue I've been having with the SQL Prompt formatter recently is that it has been inserting spaces / tabs between aliases and column names. For example:

FROM dbo.Product p
WHERE p.CategoryId = @ProductCategoryID
AND p.DateActive <= @LastDate
AND p.DateInactive >= @ArrivalDateTime
AND p.PackageOnly = 0
AND (p .BundleOnly IS NULL OR p.BundleOnly = 0)

I do not want it to do this and I can't find the setting that allows it. Also, as you can see from the example, it does not do it consistently.


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