For attributes requiring large amounts of code (for example, a region Source), you can enter text directly into the field or access a full-featured Code Editor.
See Also:Accessing Property Editor
You access Code Editor by clicking the Code Editor button, which resembles an arrow within a square.
Code Editor Key Features
Code Editor controls include:
Undo - Ctrl+Z
Redo - Ctrl+Shift+Z
Find - Ctrl+F
Auto Complete - Ctrl+Space
Validate - Ctrl+Alt+V
Context Menu - Right-click and select one of the following:
- Change All Occurrences (Ctrl+F2) - Right click and select Change All Occurrences from the context menu.
- Command Palette (F1) - Displays the Command Palette.
Right click to display a context menu and select Command Palette. The Command Palette includes over 80 commands including:
- Replace (Ctrl+H)
- Replace with Next Value (Ctrl+Shift+.)
- Replace with Previous Value (Ctrl+Shift+,)
Multi Cursor Selection
- Add cursors at arbitrary positions - Select a position with your mouse and press Shift+Alt+click (Shift+Option+click on macOS).
- Set cursors above the current position - Select a position with your mouse and press Ctrl+Alt+Up (Option+Command+Up on macOS).
- Set cursors below the current position - Select a position with your mouse and press Ctrl+Alt+Down (Option+Command+Down on macOS).
The Settings menu displays on the right side and includes the following options:
- Indentation - Options include: Tab Inserts Spaces, Tab Size, and Indent Size
- Themes - Options include: Automatic, Light, Dark, and High Contrast Dark
- Show Ruler