When you double-click a text file in your project, it opens in the Text Editor view by default.
Click the Table Editor icon in the view switcher to see the same data presented in Table Editor view.
In the Table Editor view, click a header column to sort the data ascending; click again to sort descending.
Both editors have context menus that allow you to manipulate the data view.
Right-click on a header row and choose from the items presented:
Opens the Select Columns dialog so you can adjust what columns display in the table and in what order.
|Hide Columns||Hides the current column from view. To add the column back into the view, use Select Columns.|
Right-click on a data row and choose from the items presented:
|Places the contents of the row onto the clipboard.|
|Select Columns||Opens the Select Columns dialog to adjust the view of the data.|
|Hide Columns||Not available from the row. If selected from a cell, removes the column from view.|
Presents four filter related options:
Presents four sort related options:.
|Edit Table Properties||
Opens the Edit Table Properties dialog to adjust the following:
|Start Edit Mode||Unlocks the table to allow editing.|
|Insert Row Before This||When the table is unlocked, adds a blank row before the current one.|
|Insert Row After This||When the table is unlocked, adds a blank row after the current one.|
|Delete Row||When the table is unlocked, deletes the current row.|
Go To Row
|Displays the Go To Line dialog to enter a line number. When you click OK, that row is centered in your view.|
Right-click on any row in the text editor view of either a script or data file, and choose from the items presented:
|Context Menu Item||Description|
|Cut||Removes the selected item or items from the file and saves them to the clipboard.|
|Copy||Copies the selected item or items to the clipboard.|
|Paste||Pastes the contents of the clipboard to the selected location in the file.|
Opens a Find dialog.
Enter a string in the Find field and select options; use the buttons to locate or highlight your content. For more details see Searching in Scripts.
Find & Replace
Opens the Find and replace dialog.
Enter strings in the Find and Replace fields and select options; use the buttons as needed. For more details see Searching in Scripts.
For scripts that contain a path to hover over, opens the file in a new tab.
|Format selected||Formats the selected lines in a standard manner, using two spaces to indent blocks.|
|Comment selection||Indicates the selected lines are to be marked as comments (insert leading //) and not to be used when running the script. Applies when working with Spectre scripts.|
|Uncomment selection||Indicates the selected lines are to be uncommented (remove leading //). Applies when working with Spectre scripts|