Starting from version 6.01, Hex Editor Neo includes built-in Structure Editor. Use this editor to modify any existing structure definition or to create new definitions. The editor has built-in syntax coloring and you may customize used colors as described in Structure Editor Coloring section. Starting from version 7.01, the built-in editor may also be used to create or edit Kaitai definition files.
Built-in structure editor allows you to view and edit structure definition files. To open a file, use one of the following:
Editor uses syntax coloring (which you may customize as described in the Structure Editor Coloring section) and provides advanced editing capabilities.
Use the Edit » Find… command to bring up the Find window. Enter the pattern to search, configure options and press the Find button. Then use the Edit » Find Next command to jump to the next pattern occurrence.
Use the Edit » Replace… command to bring up the Replace window. Enter the source and replacement patterns, configure options and then press the Replace or Replace All button.
Use the Edit » Go to Line command to bring up the Go to Line window. Enter the line number and press OK button.