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Introducing the ABL Editor : Reference : ABL Editor menus : ABL Editor context menu
ABL Editor context menu
Right-clicking in a file displays the ABL Editor context menu. This menu has the following entries:
Undo the last action in the current file.
Revert file
Replace the current file with the local saved copy.
Save the current file.
View Design (Windows only)
Show the form in the Visual Designer. Although this command is enabled for all class files, an error results if the file is not a valid OpenEdge GUI for .NET class.
Show In
See the Workbench User Guide.
Quick Outline
Open the Quick Outline window.
Cut the selected text.
Copy the selected text.
Paste the contents of the Clipboard.
Shift Right
Increase the indent of the current line or the highlighted lines.
Shift Left
Decrease the indent of the current line or the highlighted lines.
Display the Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge Source menu.
Check Syntax
Check the ABL syntax of the current file. This does not save an r-code version of the file.
Compile the current file and save the r-code.
Keyword Help
Open the Keyword Help view in the Console area, displaying the OpenEdge Development: ABL Reference entry for the selected keyword.
Toggle Breakpoint
Set or remove a breakpoint at the current line for the OpenEdge Debugger.
Show References
Open the References dialog which displays the external references in the current file.
Open Declaration
Move the cursor to the beginning of the code that defines the variable, function, procedure, or method whose name you are pointing to when you issue the command. The declaration can be in the current file or an external file; if necessary. OpenEdge opens the external file.
Run As
Display the OpenEdge Run menu.
Debug As
Display a submenu of appropriate debuggers for the current file.
See the Workbench User Guide.
Compare With
See the Workbench User Guide.
Replace With
See the Workbench User Guide.
Progress OpenEdge
Display a sub-menu of common Progress OpenEdge actions.
Launch the Preferences window displaying the General > Editors > Text Editors preference page. See the Workbench User Guide for more information on these settings.