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General

If the Auto indent option is checked, each new indention is the same as the previous when editing SQL text.

 

 Insert mode

If this option is checked, insert symbols mode is default on.

 

 Use syntax highlight

Enables syntax highlight in the object editor window.

 

 Always show links

If this option is checked, hyperlinks are displayed in the editor window. To open a link click it with the Ctrl button pressed.

 

 Show line numbers

If this option is checked, line numbers are displayed in the editor window.

 

 Show special chars

If this option is checked, special chars (like line breaks) are displayed in the editor window.

 

 

 Use smart tabs

With this option on the number of tab stops is calculated automatically, depending on the previous line tab.

 

 Convert tabs to spaces

If this option is checked, each time you press the Tab key, the appropriate number of spaces will be added to the edited text.

 

Tab Stops

Defines the tab length, used when editing text.

 

Undo Limit

Defines the maximum number of changes possible to be undone.

 

 

 



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