Starts the file viewer (VIEW in TCC).
The Edit/Debug button opens the Take Command batch debugger in a new TCC tab window.
Start the TCEdit file editor.
Start the SReplace command (search and replace in files).
Take Command and TCC include a regular expression analyzer dialog (Ctrl-F7 from the TCC command line, or under the Tools menu in Take Command.) There are two edit boxes:
1) The first is for the regular expression to test.. If the regular expression is valid, the dialog will display a green check to the right of the expression edit box. If the regular expression is invalid, the dialog will display a red X.
2) The second edit box is for the text you want to match against the regular expression. If the text matches the regex, the dialog will display a green check to the right of the test edit box. If the text doesn't match, the dialog will display a red X.
You can choose the regular expression syntax you want to use (Perl, Ruby, Java, etc.). The analyzer will default to the current default for Take Command and TCC.
The analyzer has a microsecond timer (to the right of the "Test" edit control) that measures the time it took to evaluate the expression.
Search / Replace in Files...
Opens the SREPLACE command.
Opens a small dialog that lets you look up Windows, network, and NSTATUS error messages based on the integer value. You can enter hex input with a leading x or 0x.
Opens the Windows Character Mapping dialog that lets you look up and copy characters for any font.
Start or stop the macro recorder. The recorder will save all keyboard and mouse events for playback later. See Macro Recorder for more information and other ways to start recording or playback.
Play a macro recorded previously with the Record Macro option.