The Load File command opens a file to edit. It opens a dialog box containing a list of all files in the project, regardless of directory.
You can also open files by using the Open command, or by dragging files from Windows Explorer and dropping them on the Source Insight window.
Type part of the name of the file you want to open. You may also type a series of wildcard specifications and click the Open button, and Source Insight will replace the File list contents with the results of wildcard expansion. The wildcards are expanded in the current directory.
As you type in this text box, partial matching occurs in the file list.
If the Project Wide option is on, then this list displays all files in the current project, regardless of directory.
If the Project Wide option is off, then this list displays all the files in the current working directory. The current directory path is displayed above the list box. The files shown in the current directory are expanded from the wildcard strings specified in the File Type Options dialog box for all file types.
Click this to open the file selected in the file list. If nothing is currently selected in the file list, then Source Insight opens the file named in the File Name text box. If the File Name text box contains one or more wildcard specifications, then Source Insight will replace the file list with the results of the expansion. If the Project Wide option is on, the wildcards are expanded over the whole list of files in the current project; otherwise, the wildcards are expanded in the current directory. If the file specified does not exist, Source Insight will allow you to create a new file with that name.
Click this to select all the files listed in the file list.
Click this button to toggle the list box contents between showing file names, and showing subdirectory names.
If enabled, the file list will show all the files that have been added to the current project, regardless of directory. If not enabled, the file list will show files in the current directory only. This option is always disabled if no project is open.
Click this button to bring up the standard system Open dialog box, which allows you to browse around your disks.