Indigo Session User Interface Layout
The following features and user interface elements make of the Indigo session.
|Line Numbering||If using the Standard View Mode, you can display line numbering in the left margin of the session data window.|
You can enable and disable line number using the View Menu.
|Session Data Window||This is the session data window where data send and received is rendered to the screen. |
You can right-click anywhere on the session data window to display the session context menu.
|Session Toolbar||The session toolbar is located at the bottom of the session windows by default. |
(This toolbar can be relocated to the top of the session window by using the mouse cursor to grab the toolbar and drag it to the top of the session window.)
Switch between session session view modes using the drop down selection. Or click the icon to toggle between view modes.
|Prefix & Suffix|
Enable and disable command prefix and suffix options using this toolbar button.
You can enter instructions or command in this command bar and press the ENTER key to transmit them to the connected session.
|Session Status Icons|
Terminal sessions will display any status icons in the upper right corner of the session data window when needed.
|Data View Splitter||When using the standard view mode, the session data window supports a split view where the data window can be divided in two regions to display different portions of the received data.|
Drag the view splitter to re-size the data window regions. Drag the view splitter all the way to the top to hide the split view.
|Session Tools Menu||This toolbar button will display the advanced (tools) context session menu.|
|Pause Incoming Data||Clicking this toolbar button will toggle the pause incoming data feature.|
|Data Format||When using the standard view mode , this option will switch the data format that data bytes are being represented in on screen.|
This toolbar option displays the current connection state and allows you to change the connection state.