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  • Displaying/Hiding empty WLanguage events
  • Overview
  • Displaying empty WLanguage events
  • Displaying/Hiding WLanguage events of overridden templates
  • Overview
  • Displaying WLanguage events of overridden templates
  • Displaying/Hiding the line numbers
  • Overview
  • Displaying the line numbers
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Displaying/Hiding empty WLanguage events

Overview

The code editor enables you to display the code of a multiple selection (controls, global procedures, class methods, etc.). Each element has a number of WLanguage events.
Displaying all these events can impact readability, despite the fact that most of them are empty.
By default, empty events are not displayed.

Displaying empty WLanguage events

To display empty WLanguage events:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. On the "Display" tab, in the "Help for edit" group, check or uncheck "Display empty processes". If empty WLanguage events are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and vice versa).
You can also press Ctrl + F6.
Displaying/Hiding WLanguage events of overridden templates

Overview

If the element displayed in the code editor is associated with a template, you can display the WLanguage events of the overridden templates.

Displaying WLanguage events of overridden templates

To display the WLanguage events of overridden templates:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. On the "Display" tab, in the "Help for edit" group, check or uncheck "Display processes of templates". If these events are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and vice versa).
It is also possible to use the Shift + F6 key combination.
Displaying/Hiding the line numbers

Overview

The code editor allows you to display a line number in front of each code line.
The line numbers are not displayed by default.

Displaying the line numbers

To display the line numbers:
  1. Go to the code editor.
  2. On the "Display" tab, in the "Help for edit" group, click "Display line numbers". If line numbers are already displayed, they are automatically hidden (and vice versa).
It is also possible to use the Ctrl + Shift + G key combination.
Minimum version required
  • Version 14
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