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Output Window command
Article Number: 1400 | Last Updated: Fri, Oct 21, 2011 3:24 PM
This menu item enables or disables the Output Window. The Output Window is used to capture the output from user tools (see Tools Configuration) or from the Find in Files output.
When lines are added to the Output Window from a tool (not Find in Files) the list is scrolled down automatically enabling the user to see the end of the results without having to scroll.
Double clicking on a line containing the filename and line number will cause UltraEdit to attempt to open the file specified at the line number. If the filename is fully qualified the filename will be located and the number after this will be used for the line number. If the filename is not fully qualified UltraEdit will attempt to determine the filename from the first word in the line that contains a period. UltraEdit will then open the specified file in the directory of the active file. If the file does not exist in the directory of the active file, UltraEdit will try and open the file from the Project Directory if it is specified.
By double clicking on one of the result lines UltraEdit will position to that line in the file and the focus will change to the file. If Enter is pressed while focus is in the Output Window UltraEdit will position to that line and focus will remain in the Output Window. CTRL+Enter will also position to the line in the file and the focus will change to the file.
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