All toolbars can be moved and docked to a more convenient location (left, right or bottom sides of the application window) or on the desktop (outside the main window) by drag-and-drop, using their left side handle. The toolbars are automatically enabled/disabled depending on the currently active window: for example if the current window is a table, the Table toolbar will be enabled and all the other toolbars will be automatically disabled.
The same approach is used for showing/hidding the toolbars: if there are no more visible tables in the workspace, the Table toolbar will be automatically hidden and will be shown again when the users adds a new table into the project. A toolbar can be manually shown/hidden by the user, at any time, by right-clicking on the main window menu area and checking/unchecking the corresponding box in the pop-up menu.
Table 4-1. Edit toolbar commands.
|Undo command||Ctrl-Z||Undo the last command, this feature doesn't work for plot modifications.|
|Redo command||Ctrl-R||Redo the last command, this feature doesn't work for plot modifications.|
|Cut Selection command||Ctrl-X||Cut the current selection.|
|Copy Selection command||Ctrl-C||Copy the current selection.|
|Paste Selection command||Ctrl-V||Paste the current selection.|
|Delete Selection command||Delete the current selection.|