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Navigate Menu

This menu allows you to locate and navigate through resources and other artifacts displayed in the Workbench. The Navigate menu differs from the Find/Replace command on the Edit menu. Instead of entering text to find, the Navigate menu uses directional commands. The Navigate menu contains the following items:

Go Into Refocuses the active view so that the current selection is at the root. This allows web browser style navigation within hierarchies of artifacts.
Go To Refocuses the active view to one of the following:
  • Back:  Displays the hierarchy that was displayed immediately prior to the current display. For example, if you Go Into a resource, then the Back command in the resulting display returns the view to the same hierarchy from which you activated the Go Into command. This command is similar to the Back button in an HTML browser.
  • Forward:  Displays the hierarchy that was displayed immediately after the current display. For example, if you've just selected the Back command, then selecting the Forward command in the resulting display returns the view to the same hierarchy from which you activated the Back command. This command is similar to the Forward button in an HTML browser.
  • Up one level:  Displays the hierarchy of the parent of the current highest-level resource.
Show In

(Alt+Shift+W)

Finds and selects the currently selected resource in another view. If an editor is active, these commands are used to select the resource currently being edited in another.
Next Navigates to the next item in a list or table in the active view. For example, when the search results view is active, this navigates to the next search result.
Previous Navigates to the previous item in a list or table in the active view. For example, when the search results view is active, this navigates to the previous search result.
Last Edit Location Jumps to the last edit position
Back Navigates to the previous resource that was viewed in an editor. Analogous to the Back button on a web browser.
Forward Navigates to undo the effect of the previous Back command. Analogous to the Forward button on a web browser.

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This page was last modified on 9 March 2015, at 09:46.