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23 Editor

Macros, Scripts↑ and Plugins↑ can be opened and executed in the ImageJ editor. The editor commands are organized in five menus: File, Edit, Font, Macros and Debug.
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Figure 16 The ImageJ editor (version 1.43n). The editor is a simple text editor featuring Function Finder… [F]↓, an essential tool when writing Macros↑. The Fiji Script Editor↑ is a more advanced editor featuring syntax highlight and support to all of Fiji↑’s scripting languages.
File Basic file operations (Open, Save, Print, etc.) are listed in this menu. The last saving directory is kept in IJ_prefs.txt, the IJ preferences file (see Settings and Preferences↑).
Edit Similarly to any other text editor this menu contains commands related to text handling as well as commands for locating text. Specially useful are:
Font This menu contains commands to adjust font size and type.
Macros This menu contains commands that allow you to run, install or evaluate macro code:
Debug This menu contains seven commands related to the macro debugging. You can debug a macro using the commands in the Debug menu. You start a debugging session initiating Debug Macro. You can then single step through the macro code by repeatedly running Step.
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