8 The Editor
8.1 Displaying and editing files The text view is the default view in the editor, and is the one which you will become most familiar with. In this view, the text of the current file is displayed, and you can move around it and change its contents as you wish (assuming that you have permission to write to the file). The text view is automatically displayed when you first invoked the editor, and you can choose View > Text to switch back to it from any other view. Figure 8.1 below shows an editor in the text view with a file open.
Figure 8.1 Text view in the editor
The text view has two areas, described below.
- 8.1.1 - The editor window
- 8.1.2 - The echo area
- 8.1.3 - Using the text view
- 8.1.4 - Using keyboard commands
Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0 - 18 OCT 1996
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