The statusbar is used to display relevant information about the file you are working on. In some cases this information is imparted using icons. This chapter explains what each of the items means.Cursor Position and File Size (1)
This panel displays information about the current cursor position and the file size. The first character is the line number the cursor is on, the 2nd is its column position. The 3rd number, in round brackets, is the total number of lines in the file. The 4th, in square brackets is the total number of characters in the file. Left clicking on this panel will display the Goto Line window (see Search Menu).
For reasons of efficiency, if the file exceeds 1000 lines this part of the
statusbar changes format.
When in this format, the first number is the line the cursor is on, the second the column. The final number is the number of lines in the file.
In this format the first number is the current line number, the 2nd is the
current cursor position and the last, the number of characters in the
Note: The number of characters selected will include 2 characters (LF and CR) for each line boundary crossed.
This panel contains either nothing or a picture of a disk. If the disk is
shown then the file has been altered since the last save or has not been saved
Note: Making a change to a file then undoing the change using Edit / Undo will not reset the unsaved changes marker.
This panel indicates the Selection Type currently in force. You can change the selection type by clicking on the icon (see Selection Type). Left clicking on this panel will change the selection type.Block Select or Autorefresh (4)
This panel indicates whether or not you are using the F8 block select function or a indication that Autorefresh is enable (see File Tabs Context Menu).Synchronize moving (5)
This panel indicates that synchronize moving is enable (see File Tabs Context Menu).Character Under (or just after) Cursor (6)
If the file is not empty, this panel will show details of the character that the cursor is on. Left clicking on this panel (if character is a printable character) will display the ASCII Table window (see Tools Menu). The panel shows up to three values:
This panel displays the name of the highlighter in use where applicable. Left clicking on this panel will display the Change Syntax window (see View Menu).File Format (8)
This panel shows the format of the file which, describes what characters are used to mark the end of line (see Format Menu). Double-clicking this panel changes the file format.Code Page (9)
This panel shows the code page currently in use (see Format Menu).