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Navigation history in the code
Overview
The different editors enable you to directly view the code of an element by pressing the F2 key.
For example, pressing the F2 key on a window control is used to start the code editor to display the code of this button.
The F2 key also enables you to move within the different nested procedures in the code editor.
To go back to the previous element, all you have to do is press CTRL F2.
For example, pressing the F2 key on a window control is used to start the code editor to display the code of this button. Pressing CTRL F2 is used to close the code window and to go back to the initial button.
Versions 16 and later
A full navigation can also be performed:
  • by using the Next and Previous buttons found in the toolbar of this code.
  • via Alt Left Arrow and Alt Right Arrow. Alt Home and Alt End position at the beginning and at the end of the history.
These navigation options in the code also take into account the positioning of the cursor in the different processes.
New in version 16
A full navigation can also be performed:
  • by using the Next and Previous buttons found in the toolbar of this code.
  • via Alt Left Arrow and Alt Right Arrow. Alt Home and Alt End position at the beginning and at the end of the history.
These navigation options in the code also take into account the positioning of the cursor in the different processes.
A full navigation can also be performed:
  • by using the Next and Previous buttons found in the toolbar of this code.
  • via Alt Left Arrow and Alt Right Arrow. Alt Home and Alt End position at the beginning and at the end of the history.
These navigation options in the code also take into account the positioning of the cursor in the different processes.
Minimum required version
  • Version 11
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