When you open a file in the Code Editor, the text of the file is displayed according to the settings established in the Tools > Options interface under Code Editor > Format. In addition, the editor's title bar lists, by default, the full path and file name of the open file, and a ruler bar indicates
each column and tab stop. You also have the option of displaying two additional information areas: one that lists line numbers
and one that shows where you've placed bookmarks in your code.
All of these options are configured through the View menu:
- To determine whether the Code Editor title bar displays only the name of the open file or the full path and file name, unmark
or mark the Full Path Filename menu option.
- To show or hide the ruler bar at the top of the Code Editor window, mark or unmark the Ruler Bar option.
- To show or hide a vertical pane listing line numbers for the open file, mark or unmark Line Number Pane. The number of digits shown in this pane can be configured through the Tools > Options interface, as described in Configuring Basic Editor Functions.
- To show or hide a vertical pane on which you can place markers to highlight lines of code, mark or unmark Bookmark Pane. The use of bookmarks is discussed in Using Bookmarks.