An editor window provides you with a large set of customizable properties. The Editor settings page in the Tools » Settings… is used to configure these properties.
Hex Editor Neo allows you to associate a particular set of options with a specific file pattern. File pattern is specified using the regular expression. When a file is opened in the editor, its full path is matched against a regular expression and if match succeeds, the specific scheme is used. Otherwise, the scheme called “All documents” is used.
monospace fonts can be selected. Hex Editor Neo automatically scans your system for all compatible fonts and presents them in a Font combo box.
It is well known that humans better understand the screen table full of numbers if each odd table's row or column has different background color than even row or color.
Hex Editor Neo supports both row and column interlacing. In addition, it allows you to specify odd and even row/column color separately.
Interlacing provides you with a choice from three options: “None”, “Interlace columns” (the default one) and “Interlace rows”.
When this option is ON, additional small gaps are inserted between columns to improve readability.
Smart indentation is applied only when the number of columns in a window is a power of 2.
Any changes you make in this window automatically updates all applicable opened editor windows. If you have changed the specific options in the editor window, you can use the Take from current window button to copy those changes into this window.
Press the Reset to Default button to cancel your changes.
By default, when the new editor window is created, it gets the following settings:
|Lucida Console, Regular, 12pt
|Offset (address) display mode
|Data display mode