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Code view toolbar options and keyboard shortcuts

Streamline provides both toolbar buttons and keyboard shortcuts that enable you to interact with the code view.

Toolbar options

Here are the toolbar buttons available in the Code view:

Help

Opens contextual help in Eclipse.

Disassembly View

Opens the disassembly panel. The disassembly panel takes up the bottom section of the Code view and shows the instructions associated with the source code.

Percentages

If this button is active, the code view shows Self and Process as percentages.

Totals

Both time fields are shown as total units of time. The time tooltips still displays both percentages and time units, regardless of which of these two options are selected.

Edit Source

Opens the source file in your preferred editor.

Find

Opens a dialog box that enables you to search your file system to find the source file that matches the source code used during profiling. Use this button if the source file is missing or you've previously selected an out of sync source file.

Keyboard shortcuts

While you can navigate every report in ARM Streamline using the mouse, you can also use keyboard shortcuts. The keyboard shortcuts available for the table views are:

Up arrow

Moves the current selection up one row.

Shift + Up Arrow

Adds the previous row to the current selection.

Down arrow

Moves the current selection down one row.

Shift + Down Arrow

Adds the next row to the current selection.

Home

The home key takes you to the top of the function that contains the currently selected row. If a line of code is selected in the source view that does not have any instructions associated with it, the Home key takes you top of the source file.

End

The end key takes you to the bottom of the function that contains the currently selected row. Like the home key, if the selected line of source does not have any instructions associated with it, the end key takes you to the bottom of the file.

Page Up

Moves up one page. A page is defined by the range of rows currently displayed in either the source or disassembly view.

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