|The Node Tree displays the nodes for the currently
Terminator nodes (those containing no children nodes) are indicated with a file icon, . Nodes which contain child nodes are indicated with a folder icon, .
Linked nodes are displayed with or icons, depending on whether they contain children or not. Any children of a linked node will be displayed in blue, and are not editable. These will only by visible if the Follow Links option is turned on.
A bad node will be shown in red with an icon. This indicates a node for which nothing can be read. Invalid nodes will also be shown in red, with an or icon, depending on whether the node is a link or not.
The scrollbars to the right and below the tree may be used to scroll the view.
A node is selected by clicking Mouse Button 1 on the desired node. All
the information for the selected node will then be displayed in the Node
Description, Link Description, and Data
Description panels to the right of the Node Tree. If the size of the
node data is less than or equal to the Auto
Load Data threshold value, and the Auto
Load Data option is enabled, the node data will also be read and displayed
in the Node Data panel.
Clicking Mouse Button 2 on a node will invoke a popup window showing the SIDS definition for the node, as shown below for a Zone_t node.
Clicking Mouse Button 3 on a node will invoke the popup menu shown below:
|Down||Move the selection down to the next node.|
|Up||Move the selection up to the previous node.|
|Left||Collapse||Close the current node and all of it's children nodes.|
|Right||Expand||Open the current node and all of it's children nodes.|
|Space||toggle open||Toggle the open state for the node.|
|Insert||Insert||Add a new node as a subnode of the current node. An edit field will be created allowing the node name to be specified.|
|Enter||Rename||Change the name of the current node. An edit field will be created allowing the new name to be specified.|
|Delete||Delete||Delete the current node.|
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