Overview of the IDE

Showing/hiding the Project Panel or the Thumbnail


These buttons on the toolbar allow you to show/hide the Project panel and the Thumbnail:
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Showing/Hiding the Project Panel [top]

The Iguana Translator provides a Project Manager panel that enables you to keep track of all external files that your script uses:

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You can hide the Project Panel if you need more space to view your code, or you simply prefer a simpler editing environment.

To show or hide the Project Panel, click the Show project manager button:

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Showing/Hiding the Thumbnail [top]

The Iguana Translator provides a thumbnail that is useful if you are editing a large script. When the thumbnail is visible, it indicates where you are in the script:

The thumbnail displays miniaturized versions of the script code and its associated annotations. These miniaturized versions are links to the script. To use the thumbnail to move to a different part of the script, click one of these links.

From the main Iguana Translator window, you can choose to show or hide this thumbnail.

To show or hide the thumbnail, click the Show Thumbnail button:

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If the thumbnail is hidden, clicking this button will display it. If it is visible, clicking the button will hide it.

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