Edit Menu Differences - MPLAB® X IDE and MPLAB® IDE v8

The following table highlights the Edit menu changes from MPLAB® IDE v8 to MPLAB X IDE. Due to the changes in MPLAB X IDE, not all MPLAB IDE v8 menu items will map identically. Major differences are discussed under Comments.

Table: Edit Menu Differences

Undo Edit > Undo
Redo Edit > Redo
Cut Edit > Cut
Copy Edit > Copy
Paste Edit > Paste
Edit > Paste Formatted
Delete Edit > Delete
Select All Edit > Select All
Edit > Select Identifier
Find Edit > Find
Edit > Find Selection
Find Next Edit > Find Next
Edit > Find Previous
Find In Files Edit > Find in Projects
Edit > Replace in Projects
Replace Edit > Replace
Go To Navigate > Go to Line
Navigate > Go to Declaration/Definition
Go To Locator Navigate > Go to Symbol
Go Backward Navigate > Back
Go Forward Navigate > Forward
External DIFF Tools > Diff See also Tools > Options
(mplab_ide > Preferences for Mac® OS X®),
Miscellaneous, Diff tab
Advanced Source > Format
Source > Shift Left/Right
Source > Move Up/Down
Source > Toggle Comment
Bookmarks Navigate > Toggle Bookmark
Navigate > Next Bookmark
Navigate > Previous Bookmark
Properties Tools > Options > Editor tab
Tools > Options > Fonts & Colors
Use mplab_ide > Preferences instead of
Tools > Options for Mac® OS X®.
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