This dialog offers you the possibility to alter the three control
code setups to suit your wishes. To change a setup, click first on one
of the three large numbered buttons at the right of this dialog to
call up the corresponding setup parameters.
The three different display setups (buttons 1, 2 and
3) share one and the same set of measurement units. However
different units of measurement can be set for each text window. When
selecting units of measurement you can choose between those set for
the page size, the font size and the line size. The units in question
can be set, as usual, in the Page module.
This dialog contains all the control codes that Eddie can display
arranged in groups. At the right of each code there are two fields
whose contents determine how this character is to be presented
(displayed) and how it is to be handled:
In the left field you will find the type of presentation; a click
on it opens a popup menu where you can select one of the following:
means that this control code will not be displayed in the Eddie
text window. In that case it will only be visible in the text
ensures that this control code will be displayed in the short
form in Eddie's text window. As a rule the abbreviation for the code
will then be displayed enclosed between square brackets. This is also
the type of display that is used by the text magnifier line at the top
of the window.
Long form with parameters
ensures that a great deal of information about this control
code will be displayed in the text window.
In the right field you can see how the control code will be
handled in the Replace (overwrite) mode. Here too there are three
means that the control code will be treated as a single
character and will be simply overwritten.
Move (as in Insert mode)
means that the code will be moved by the write cursor, i.e. any
new text will be inserted before it. This option is sensible so that
ruler and style information should not be lost, for instance.
has the result that the code remains in place at its original
position. The write cursor in Replace mode will simply jump over the
control code, without affecting it.