Display or hide the main toolbar. To customize the toolbar right click on the toolbar and select customize...
The user toolbar actually consist of two toolbars. The first have several source code related buttons and drop down tree's. The second toolbar have buttons related to creating and running scripts.
To customize the toolbar right click on the toolbar and select customize...
The editor toolbar contains many edit related buttons. To customize the toolbar right click on the toolbar and select customize...
The editor toolbar can be aligned at the top, left, right or bottom of the editor window.
Lists all available panels. Select a panel to show/hide it. There are several to choose from and you can find more information about them in the panels section starting with Explorer tabs.
Main window tabs
Show/Hide the main window tabs.
Select a new font to be used for the current file type. The font is saved and will be used the next time you open the editor.
E.g. if you have an HTML document open the selected font is used for all HTML documents.
Set Alternative Font...
Select a new font to be used as an alternative font for the current file type. The font is saved and will be used the next time you open the editor.
Use Alternative Font
Switch between the default font and the alternative font.
Increase Font Size
Increase the font size used. This will change the font settings in options and affects all documents of the same file type.
Decrease Font Size
Decrease the font size used. This will change the font settings in options and affects all documents of the same file type.
Reset Font Size
Reset the font size to the original font size, from the beginning of the current session.
Zoom in (Ctrl+Mouse wheel up)
Make the editor text, left margin etc. larger. The zoom value is saved between sessions and affect all documents.
This will not change the font setting in options.
Zoom out (Ctrl+Mouse wheel down)
Make the editor text, left margin etc. smaller. The zoom value is saved between sessions and affect all documents.
This will not change the font setting in options.
Reset the zoom value (set the zoom to 0).
Show Indent Lines
Turn the display of indent lines in the document on/off.
Show vertical line at cursor position
Display a vertical line at the current text cursor position. It continuously follows the cursor, which can be helpful if you want to check the indention of your code.
There are two modes in hex view. Text mode and binary mode.
This is the standard display when switching to hex view. The document is reopened in a binary buffer and the file is displayed in hex view.
You can also enter hex view when you open a binary file like an .exe or .dll file. Binary files are always opened in binary mode and hex view is automatically turned on.
You can change the behavior in options to display the document buffer instead of reopen it as a binary file.
In this mode, the hex view will show the internal UTF-16 document text as hexadecimals. Line breaks are marked by <BR>, <LF> or <CR>.
The loaded text content is not reopened in this mode and the view doesn't show the real file content. Only what is currently loaded into the text buffer.
Show/Hide the document map. The document map display a small version of the current document on the right side of the document.It also display annotations for changed lines, bookmarks, selections and current line.
Show/Hide the annotation bar. The annotation bar display information about changed lines, bookmarked lines, selections, fold matching pairs, tag pairs, brace pairs and the current line.
The annotation bar is displayed as a narrow bar to the right of the current document.
This is the browser component used with toggle browser view below.
Toggle Preview in preview panel (Shift+F10)
Open/close the CSS/HTML preview panel.
Toggle Browser View (Shift+F9)
Switch between edit view and browser view.
Full Screen Mode (Ctrl+Alt+Enter)
Switch between full screen view and normal view. The user toolbar and editor toolbar are still visible in full screen mode. In full screen mode a windows is displayed with a button to easily exit full screen mode.
Highlight the items below.
Highlight the current line with a background color and dotted lines at top and bottom. You can change the highlighting in the options dialog.
Highlight braces at the text cursor. Both the start and end bracket will be highlighted.
Highlight Color Values
Highlight color values in selected files. It can be #FF8020 values, HTML color names like "blue" or RGB(), HSL(), HSV()...
The color values are highlighted by setting the color value as the background color for the text.
Enable for selected file types
Turn on/off the color value highlighting.
Indicate in which files you want to use color highlighting.
Display or hide special characters in documents. This works best when using a monospaced font, like Consolas.
The special character symbols can either use the colors set in the theme manager, or use the current syntax color. You can set this in options.
Spaces and Tabs
Display space and tab characters using a middle dot symbol for spaces and right-pointed double angle quotation mark for tabs.
Display line breaks. Different characters are displayed if it's a CRLF, LF or CR at the end of the line.
CRLF = ¶
LF = ¬
CR = ¤
When using a variable width (proportional) font - the special characters are marked using the current text color.
When selected - the lines exceeding the editors right margin are broken. These lines are marked in the left margin to help you identify a wrapped line.
You can also click on the ruler to change the wrap edge to that position.