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edit-variables

Interactively set variables from a list.  Alt-F8

This command displays a list of all variables and lets you set them. You can use the arrow keys or the normal movement keys to move around the list, or begin typing a variable name to have Epsilon jump to that portion of the list. Press <Enter> to set the highlighted variable, then edit the value shown using normal Epsilon commands.

To exit from edit-variables, press <Esc> or Ctrl-G.

With a numeric argument, the command includes system variables in its list.

In Epsilon for Windows, this command displays a list of variables. You can choose one, see its description and its current value, and modify it. The command will only list those variables included in the help file.

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