Iconbar Quick Reference
The Icon Bar window currently gives an easy way to access the various component windows within
CodeBench. Due to the number of component windows that may be open at any one time,
it is highly likely, unless you are using very large screen resolutions, that some windows may get
obscured by others, and may lead to clicking the depth gadget of each window trying to locate the
Certain components of CodeBench will add a button to the icon bar (shown above), as will the AutoDoc viewer, and
clicking the button associated with each window will bring it to the front of the display for you.
If you have CodeBench running on it's own custom screen, windows that may open on it as a "visitor"
will be shown in the "Others" popup menu. When such windows are detected as opening, a new "Others"
button is added to the iconbar, and clicking this button will present you with a small menu showing all the visitor
windows on the screen. Simply select the name of the window you wish to show, and it will be brought to the front of
the display for you.
The icons to the far right hand side offer shortcuts to various programs. Activating the IconBar and hovering the
mouse over them will reveal whatever Help Hint has been assigned to each App-Link.
By default, the iconbar window is hidden. To show the window, move your mouse pointer to the very bottom of the screen
that CodeBench is currently running on. This will bring the iconbar window into view. It will be automatically hidden
again after use to save space on the screen.
The use of this bar, and the auto-hide feature, can both be turned off in the preferences editor if it is not required.
(Changing this setting currently requires a restart of CodeBench).