Online Documentation for SQL Manager for PostgreSQL
If this option is checked, each new indention is the same as the previous one when editing SQL text.
Indents and outdents are used in the process of text editing to make the source code easier to read.
If this option is checked, the insert symbols mode is on by default.
Find text from cursor
Always show hyperlinks
If this option is checked, hyperlinks are displayed in the editor window. To open a link, click it with the Ctrl key pressed.
Double click line
If this option is checked, double-clicking the line on which the cursor is set selects the whole line.
Trim trailing spaces
If this option is checked, all spaces after the last symbol in line will be trimmed.
Fixed line height
Prevents line height calculation. If this option is checked, the default line height is taken.
Keeps marked blocks selected even when the cursor is moved with the arrow keys used, unless a new block is selected.
Fixed column move
If this option is checked, the caret keeps its horizontal position when moved between lines.
Check this option to enable optimal algorithm of filling text content in the working area of the editor.
Unindent keep align
Keeps align for the lines that are not indented.
This option determines the caret movement (up, down, line start, line end). The caret is moved to the nearest position on the screen.
Enables/disables the syntax highlight and code completion features for aliases.
Replaces a marked block of text with whatever is typed next. If Persistent Blocks is also selected, the text you enter is appended to the currently selected block.
Show caret in read only mode
Displays/hides the caret in read-only mode.
Copy to clipboard as RTF
If this option is checked, the selected text is copied in RTF format.
Drag and drop text
This option allows to drag and drop selected text.
This option allows you to undo multiple actions of the same kind.
This option allows you to redo multiple actions of the same kind.
Cursor beyond EOL
If this option is checked, the horizontal position of a cursor is kept. If you move the cursor (using the Up and Down arrow keys) onto a line having length less than the current cursor horizontal position, it will be positioned after the last symbol of the line.
Enable column selection
Enables/disables column selection mode.
Hide cursor on type
Hides/displays mouse cursor within the working area while a user is typing some text.
Hide dynamic (no focus)
Hides dynamic highlights when an editor is not focused.
Collapse empty lines
Collapses empty lines after a text range when this range has been collapsed.
Scroll last line
When the option is enabled, you can scroll to the last line of the text only, otherwise you can scroll to the end of the page.
Disables code completion feature for variables.
When on, text is wrapped at the right margin of the editor area to fit in the visible area.
Variable horizontal scrollbar
If this option is checked, the horizontal scrollbar varies according to the current content of the editor.
When enabled, markers are linked to the text, and they will move with the text while the text is being edited; otherwise the markers are linked to the caret position, and stay unchanged while the text is being edited.
Undo after save
Keeps undo buffer unchanged after saving.
Disables any selection when editing.
Draw current line focus
Draws the focus rectangle around the current line when the editor has focus.
Hide selection (no focus)
Hides the selection when the editor loses focus.
Selects an extra column/line in column/line selection modes.
Keep selection mode
Enables selection for caret movement commands (like in BRIEF).
Select search result
Determines whether the search result should be selected.
When this option is enabled, the editor gets both Unicode and ANSI content from the clipboard, converts them using the selected character set and selects the best text to be pasted. This allows getting correct text copied from both ANSI and Unicode applications disregarding the currently selected keyboard language.
Disable all code features
Specifies the level of text ranges that will be affected by the "Collapse all" command.
Defines the maximum number of changes possible to be undone.
Specifies the way the TAB key is processed. Possible values are: Use tab character (inserts a tab character); Insert spaces (inserts space characters); Dialog behaviour (when the edit control is in a dialog, the focus is switched to the next control); Smart tab (tabs to the first non-white space character in the preceding line).
Defines the tab length used when editing a text.
Defines the symbols which will be used to comment code fragments.
Specify the number of spaces to indent a marked block.
Hint: The Reset to Defaults button which is common for all sections of the Editor Options dialog opens a menu with items allowing you to discard all changes and reset options of the current category or of all categories to their defaults.