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The toolbar sets out frequently used menu functions.
Create a new project or LISA file.
Open an existing project or file.
Save current changes to the file.
Save project and all open files.
Undo the last change in the Source or Block Diagram view.
Undo the last undo.
Display the Properties dialog for the selected object:
The Properties button only displays properties for items in the block diagram.
Display the project settings.
Select the build target for the project.
Refresh the component and protocol lists.
Perform a basic model error and consistency check.
Generate a virtual system model using the project settings.
Stop the current generation process.
Delete all generated files.
Start Model Debugger to debug the generated simulator.
Execute the most recent run command. The down arrow next to the button opens the Run dialog.
Stop Model Shell and end the simulation.
Open the project in the compiler. For Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Visual Studio opens. For Linux, GDB opens.
Set the project and debugger with the Select Active Project Configuration drop-down menu.
Generate the project solution before using this button. Without a solution, the compiler opens without a project.
Edit mode: the cursor selects and moves components.
Connection mode: the cursor connects components.
Movement mode: the cursor moves the entire system in the Workspace window.
Use the In, Out, 100%, and Fit buttons to change the system view zoom factor in the Workspace window.