Create another window containing the current document. All changes to the document in one window are reflected in the other window and vice versa.
- → (F7)
Displays the KatePart command line at the bottom of the window. In the command line, type
helpto get help and
help listto get a list of commands. For more information on the command line, see The Editor Component Command Line.
- → (Ctrl++)
This increases the display font size.
- → (Ctrl+-)
This decreases the display font size.
This menu lists the available color schemes. You can change the schema for the current view here, to change the default schema you need to use the Fonts & Colors page of the config dialog.
- → → (F10)
Toggles dynamic word wrap in the current view. Dynamic word wrap makes all the text in a view visible without the need for horizontal scrolling by rendering one actual line on more visual lines as needed.
- → →
Choose when and how the dynamic word wrap indicators should be displayed. This is only available if the Dynamic Word Wrap option is checked.
- → →
If this option is checked, a vertical line will be drawn at the word wrap column as defined in the → in the Editing tab. Please note that the word wrap marker is only drawn if you use a fixed pitch font.
- → → (F6)
This is a toggle item. Setting it on checked will make the Icon Border visible in the left side of the active editor, and vice versa. The Icon Border indicates the positions of the marked lines in the editor.
- → → (F11)
This is a toggle Item. Setting it on checked will make a pane displaying the line numbers of the document visible in the left border of the active editor, and vice versa.
- → →
If this option is checked, the view will show marks on the vertical scrollbar. The marks are equivalent to the marks on the Icon Border.
- → →
This will replace the scrollbar with a visualization of the current document. For more information on the scrollbar minimap, see the section called “The Scrollbar Minimap”
These options pertain to code folding:
Toggles the display of the folding marker pane in the left side of the view.
Collapse the region that contains the cursor.
Expand the region that contains the cursor.
Collapse all toplevel regions in the document. Click on the right pointing triangle to expand all toplevel regions.
Expand all toplevel regions in the document.
Show/hide bounding box around non-printable spaces.