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Project Settings command
Article Number: 1731 | Last Updated: Fri, Oct 21, 2011 3:09 PM
The Project Settings command presents the Project Settings dialog. This dialog is used to configure the settings for the active project. Files/folders may also be added to or removed from the active project using the context menu options in the File Tree View.
Where possible, the path to files in a project will be relative to the location of the project file. In some instances, if the relative path cannot be resolved, the path would be the FULL path.
In some cases it is advantageous to group multiple sets of files together within a single project. UltraEdit provides for grouping of these files in named groups. These groups may be added or deleted as needed and files may be added to each group.
The dialog shows a list of files that are part of the project. The following controls are used to manage the list:
The Open button opens the selected files from the list and closes the dialog. Multiple files may be selected from the list and opened at once. Any changes to the list are saved. DOUBLE CLICK of any files in the file list will perform the open command.
The Close button closes the dialog. Any changes to the list are saved.
This updates the project information (committing the changes) and refreshes the project list.
The New Group button presents a dialog box to the user allowing the user to specify the name of the group about to be added. Nested groups are permitted.
Up to 2000 files may be added to a project.
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