In the Editors tab of Options dialog you can specify which
editor program to use when editing files of a certain type. A default editor
can also be specified. These settings apply to both local file editing and
remote editing. To edit a file, select the file, click the right mouse button,
To add an editor with its associated file type(s):
To modify or remove
To modify an entry in the list, double click the entry then make changes
in the text field above. Click the Add button when done. To remove
an entry, select that entry and click the Remove button. Be sure
to click the OK button to exit the Options dialog to validate the
To specify the default file editor
The default file editor is defined in the text field at the bottom of the
tab. Simply click the browse button on the right to locate the application.
This text field is read-only.
- Fill in the Extension(s) text field the relevant file type(s).
A valid file type is characterized by a leading dot followed by an extension.
You can separate multiple file types with comma, if you want to associate
more than one file types with an editor program. For example: .htm,
- Fill in the Editor text field the full path of the associated
editor program. You can click the browse button on the right to locate
- Verify the information you have entered and press the Add
button. A new entry will be added to the list below.