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Toolbar Legends, Toad for Oracle 11.6

Jan 7, 2013 11:00:00 PM by Steve Hilker

Toolbar buttons and menu icons have been updated in Toad for Oracle 11.6. Their familiar placement will allow you to quickly grow accustomed to the updated images.

 

Toolbar legends

Main toolbar

TFO-1a

 

Editor toolbar - first row

TFO-1b

 

Editor toolbar - second row

TFO-1c

TFO-1d

Comparisons, 11.5 to 11.6

At a glance, these comparisons help you find your most-used functions.

Editor Toolbar Comparisons

11.5 and previous

TFO-1e 

11.6

TFO-1e-1

 

Editor toolbars, previous and new buttons

11.5 and previous

TFO-1g 

11.6

TFO-1h

 

Editor toolbars, previous and new buttons

11.5 and previous

TFO-1i

11.6

TFO-1j

 

Editor toolbars, previous and new buttons

Code Analysis & Team Coding Toolbar Comparisons

11.5 and previous

TFO-1k

11.6

TFO-1l

Row 1: Code Analysis toolbars

Row 2: Team Coding toolbars

These menus are displayed in the tables below: File, Edit, Search, Editor, Session, Database, Debug, View, Utilities, Rerun, and Window.

TFO-1m

 

File menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1n

11.6

TFO-1o

 

Edit menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1p

11.6

TFO-1q

 

Search menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1r

11.6

TFO-1s

 

Editor menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1t

11.6

TFO-1u

 

Session menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1v

11.6

TFO-1w

 

Database menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1x

11.6

TFO-1y

 

Debug menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1z

11.6

TFO-1aa

 

View menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1ab

11.6

TFO-1ac

 

Utilities menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1ad

11.6

TFO-1ae

 

Rerun menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1af

11.6

TFO-1ag

 

Window menu

11.5 and previous

TFO-1ah

11.6

TFO-1ai

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Steve Hilker

Written by Steve Hilker

Steve Hilker was a Product Manager for Quest Software. Steve has over 35 years technical experience spanning application development, system administration, database management and various management positions at several software companies. Steve was the founder of RevealNet, best known for its desktop knowledge bases and unique database tools such as PL/Formatter. RevealNet was acquired by Quest Software in 2001. He's had the pleasure of being the product manager for many of Quest's database tools.

In his private life, Steve enjoys oil painting and living on a small farm in a pre-Civil war manor home in Fredericksburg, Virginia.