It is a metadata aka tag editor which can edit tags in all the file formats supported by iTunes. You should first use it to view the tags in a working file, then view the tags in a 'bad' file and compare. This might point out something which you can then edit to 'fix' the problem.
The widgets can be integrated into each other (you can, for example, embed a report inside a document you create using the rich text editor) and you can use the exact same components via Blazor WebAssembly, WinForms, WPF, and/or Xamarin.Mac projects.
To initiate profiling, right-click the name of the function or procedure in the Connections navigator hierarchy and select Profile, or click the Profile button on the PL/SQL source editor toolbar. After the function or procedure is run in profiling mode, the profiler reports are located at the Execution Profiles tab of the object viewer window. You can review subprogram-level execution summary information, such as:
The Pending Changes window is displayed if you click Versioning, then CVS, then Pending Changes, or when you initiate an action that changes the local source control status of a file. This window shows files that have been added, modified or removed (locally or remotely), files whose content conflicts with other versions of the same file files that have not been added to source control files that are being watched, and files for which editors have been obtained. You can use this information to detect conflicts and to resolve them where possible.
The schedule design editor is a graphical interface for Scheduling Jobs Using SQL Developer. To create, edit, or delete any Oracle Scheduler objects in the editor, you must be in write mode. You can use the editor toolbar toggle button or the right-click command to Switch to write mode and Switch to read-only mode.
Use Jump Scrolling for Keyboard Navigation: Implement jump scrolling, which involves behavior of the keyboard arrow keys. With this setting selected, when you navigate off-screen using the keyboard arrow keys, the editor view will \"jump\" to recenter the cursor location in the middle of the editor view.
Enable Line Selection by Click-Dragging: If this option is checked, you can select consecutive lines in the editor by clicking in the gutter and dragging the cursor without releasing the mouse button.
A file currently being edited with its saved version: Place the focus on the current version open in the editor, then select the History tab in the editor window. The saved file opens side by side with the file in the editor buffer.
One file with another file outside the project: Place the focus on the file in the editor to be compared; from the main menu, choose File, then Compare With Other File; in the Select File to Compare With dialog, navigate to the file and click Open.
The User Defined Extensions pane specifies user-defined extensions that have been added. You can use this pane to add extensions that are not available through the Check for Updates feature. These extensions can be for user-defined reports, actions, editors, and navigators. (For more information about extensions and checking for updates, see Section 1.15.6, \"Extensions\".)
The External Editor pane determines which external editor is called by SQL Developer when you try to edit binary large object (BLOB) data, such as image files, video files, and other files created by certain applications. For each combination of MIME type and file extension, you can specify the executable application to be used to open and edit associated files.
Editor Location: Path to the editor to be used to open and edit files associated with this MIME type and file extension. To edit an existing path or to specify one if the cell is empty, click in the cell, and either modify the existing text or click Browse to find and select the executable file for the editor.
Run CVS in Edit/Watch Mode: If this option is enabled, you coordinate access to files by declaring an editor for them through CVS, after which they may be modified. Only those files that you check out after changing this preference will be affected. If this option is disabled, the edit and watch commands on the Versioning menu are disabled.
Automatically Make Files Editable: If this option is enabled, an editor is automatically used on a data file when you start to change it. (If you edit a file unintentionally, immediately use Versioning, then Unedit to revert.)
- The Mailchimp form embed code will work when pasted in any block, but best suited to the custom code block and Mailchimp block under Plugins dropdown in the block editor. Pasting into custom HTML code area will also work.
If you haven't seen our content block editor in action yet, check out the video below. Now you can create great looking page content and product descriptions just by dragging content blocks onto your page and editing them. We introduced it in ShopFactory 12 and improved it for ShopFactory 14.
PZD-680668: Editing existing code in Custom HTML dialog caused some event handlers to break- Update fixes made in SF-1947: (Links on ShopFactory Central and preview must open in the default browser) to ensure all event handlers are intact. Note: If you have opened up your custom HTML dialog in the previous build, you must delete the existing html code and then copy/paste your \"working/correct\" custom html code again into the HMTL editor. If you haven't opened up the custom HTML dialog box in the previous build, then your code is intact and working - no further action required.
ShopFactory editor: don't disable the main window again if it's already disabled. e.g. if we already have a visible progress window and open another one on top.- SF window gets hidden when you preview and flickers when the progress window is visible 153554b96e