6.2.2. Toolbar navigation options

On the left side of the toolbar of every one of the report types, there is a group of icons, each representing a different report type that enables you to open a new report. The buttons are context sensitive and the selections in the new report are dependent on the selections in the report in which you chose the toolbar command. With no rows selected in the currently active report, the Edit Source option is disabled. To open the source code based on the context of the current selection, you must first select one or more items.

Figure 6.6. A Functions Report's Toolbar Navigation

A Functions Report's Toolbar Navigation

Just like the context sensitive menu options, the menu buttons are dependent on the currently open report. For example, the functions report navigation option does not appear if that is the report you currently have open.

Each report type is represented by its corresponding icon, listed in the order that they appear:

Selecting any one of these options has the same effect as choosing the contextual menu option that matches the report type. For a description of each of these navigation options, see Contextual menus.


The classes report icon only appears in a toolbar if the associated source file contains C++. If the code you are using is written in C, the classes report icon does not appear in the toolbar at all.

In addition to the report type buttons, the toolbar also contains an export table button and a help button. The export table button opens the export dialog while the help button opens the help view and displays a list of topics specific to the currently active table report. Using this toolbar button has the same effect as pressing F1 in Windows or Shift + F1 in Red Hat Linux.

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