Code Editor

You can choose the default code editor for your project when creating or editing a project. By default, you can choose from Visual Studio Code, Atom, and Sublime Text.

Open the code editor by hovering over the project name and clicking the Open in editor button.

You can choose to open another project's code in the code editor instead of the currently active project. This lets you work on the current project while referencing another project's code.

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Editor Settings

Open the 📖 Projects menu and click on ⚙ Settings for Projects.

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Adding a new editor

If you prefer another code editor, you can add it to the list of editors. First, click on the ➕ Add editor button next to the Code Editor heading.

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Enter the editor's name and command and save your settings. Make sure the editor's command is spelled correctly in your PATH environment variable. To verify this, try opening your editor from the terminal. Please consult your editor's documentation if needed.

Modifying the editor command

In case you get an error like "Could not open project in editor", you need to fix the editor's command. To do this, click on the ✏ Edit current editor button below the Code Editor heading.

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As you can see in this example, the Command field has a misspelling—changing it to gvim will work as intended.

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In case this still does not work, make sure the editor's PATH environment variable is set correctly. If you don't know how to do that, please consult your editor's documentation.

Move protected groups to the bottom

Use this toggle to move protected/hidden groups to the bottom of the group list.

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