Registry toolbar

The toolbar at the top of the Registry window provides a quick access to the most often used registry functions.

SuperMemo: Image registry (registry toolbar at the top) which you can use to review images used in your collection

Here is the use of the individual buttons (compare with the picture above):

  • Menu - open the Registry menu (also available with a right-click over the registry window)
  • List - list users of the currently selected registry member in the element list (bottom-right)
  • Go to - go to the first user of the currently selected registry member and close the registry
  • View - display the element selected in the element list or display the first user of the currently selected registry member (if the element list is not shown). The element is shown in the element window without closing the registry. Note that elements are displayed each time you click on the entries in the element list (which can be shown with List above)
  • Find (Ctrl+S) - find registry members containing a given string in their name. Only the current registry subset is searched. For example, to search for all pictures with the word "virus" in their name, use Search : Images on the Main menu, click Find button, type virus, and press Enter
  • Find and replace (Ctrl+R) - replace strings in the current registry subset
  • Superset - move to the immediate superset of registry members (if any). For example, after searching the registry with Ctrl+S, your results are displayed as a new registry subset. You can move back to the search superset by clicking Superset button or pressing Alt+Left
  • Subset - move to the next subset (if any). For example, after searching the registry with Ctrl+S, your results are displayed as a new registry subset. You can search again to create yet another subset (AND-search). You can move between subsets by pressing Alt+Left and Alt+Right
  • Random jump (F11) - select a new randomly chosen registry member (e.g. to quickly review the registry at random)
  • Font (only in the font registry) - edit the font associated with the currently selected registry member
  • Path - display the path to the selected registry object file(s) (e.g. image file). Show the availability of the file in the primary and secondary storage (if these two differ), linked file path (if any), and file sizes
  • Transcription (only in phonetic transcription registry) - provide a character map for editing phonetic transcription registry
  • Switch to twin (not in the picture) - switch to the twin registry and select the twin member of the currently selected member (e.g. switch from text registry to translation registry, or switch between the twins of the phonetic transcription registry)
  • Browse - use the Browser to display all elements that use the currently selected registry subset. Note that the button Browse at the bottom of the window puts only the users of the selected member in the browser while the Browse on the toolbar puts the users of all subset members in the browser
  • Import - import files directly into the registry
  • Stretch (only in the image registry) - stretch images proportionally to fill out the display panel at maximum possible size
  • Export - export the currently selected member (if available)