The Editor Options dialog is used to modify options that affect both the Hex Editor Window and the Text Editor Window. Open the Editor Options dialog by clicking 'Tools > Options...' and selecting Editor from the list.
- Default New File Interface - When a file is created by clicking the New icon in the Tool Bar or by pressing Ctrl+N, the created file is assigned a File Interface (see Working with File Interfaces for more information). Select which File Interface the created file should have from the drop-down list. This option determines which File Interface in the 'File > New' menu list has the shortcut Ctrl+N.
When a file is opened in 010 Editor, the file is assigned a File Interface based on the masks in the list of interfaces (see File Interface Options). If no mask matches the file name, 010 Editor can automatically try to detect the correct File Interface (select Auto-Detect File Interface) or 010 Editor can assign a specific interface (select Use File Interface and choose the interface from the drop-down list). When the Remember Last Used Interface toggle is set, 010 Editor will remember the last used File Interface, Endian and Word Wrap setting for a file last time it was closed and will restore those settings when the file is opened again.
- Hide Floating Tab Group when All Files are Closed - When all tabs are closed in the Floating Tab Group, it will automatically be hidden if this toggle is enabled. If this toggle is turned off, an empty Floating Tab Group will be displayed when all tabs are closed. The Floating Tab Group can be displayed by clicking 'View > Floating Tab Group' on the main menu.
- Mouse Wheel Scroll Speed - If your mouse is equipped with a scroll wheel, the Editor Window can be scrolled by rolling the wheel forward or backward. By default, for every click of the wheel the window scrolls two lines; however, to change the scroll speed enter a value in the Mouse Wheel Scroll Speed field. Higher values scroll faster and lower values scroll slower.
- Highlight Current Line - By default, the line the cursor is on in the Editor Window will be highlighted a yellow color. When this option is turned off, the highlight will no longer be displayed. Note that the color of the line can be controlled from the Color Options dialog.
- Show Inactive Caret - When an editor is not currently focused, a vertical gray line will appear where the cursor was. This line is called the Inactive Caret and can be disabled by turning the Show Inactive Caret toggle off.
The Reset button can be used to return all of the Editor Options to their default values.