The Menu Assignments command allows you to assign or reassign commands to the menus. The menu assignments are part of the current configuration.
You can type into this text box to narrow down the command list, so that you can find the command you want easily.
This lists all the Source Insight commands, including macros and custom commands that you've defined. The commands are listed by category. When you select a command here, the menu it appears on, if any, is selected in the Menu list, and the contents of that menu are loaded into the Menu Contents.
Note that there is a special command in the list called "--Menu Separator--". Insert this item on the menu to create a separator line in the menu.
This pull-down list contains the titles of all the top level menus. When you select a menu from here, the contents of the menu are loaded into the Menu Contents. There is a menu in this listed named "Work", which only appear on the application menu bar if you add a command to it.
This lists the menu items of the menu selected in the Menu list. Select a menu item here to indicate what item should be deleted, and where to insert new items.
Click to record your menu assignment changes in the current configuration.
Click to cancel the command. None of your changes up to this point will be saved in the current configuration.
Click to insert the selected command onto the selected menu. The command is inserted just before the selected menu item. You must select a command, a menu, and a menu item before clicking Insert.
Click to delete the selected menu item. You must select a menu item in Menu Contents before clicking Delete.
Moves the selected menu item up, towards the top of the menu.
Moves the selected menu item down, towards the bottom of the menu.
Click to record your menu assignment changes in the current configuration, and run the selected command.
Click to reset the menus assignments to their default, factory settings. Source Insight will ask you if you are sure you want to do this.
Click to record the new menu assignments in the current configuration, and then switch to the Key Assignments command. See: Key Assignments.