Bear in mind that you are always working with a manipulated copy of the queue passed to
QView. With very large queues, or where QView needs to do a lot of work on arrays, this is
why there can be a significant delay before the QView window appears. In practice, there is
rarely any benefit in saving a modified queue into your program and continuing execution - but
the facility is available if required.
FREE() the queue.
Lose any modifications (reloads the queue from your program).
Delete the selected queue record.
Insert a CLEAR()ed queue record before the record.
Edit the selected "cell" (queue field). Utilises an entry control so the @S255 limitation
QView has an internal "queue entry clipboard". At present it is local to each queue (i.e.
you can not copy a record between "like" queues in two different windows). Cut
deletes the selected queue record and places it on the clipboard.
Places selected queue record on the internal clipboard.
Pastes a queue record from the internal clipboard.
Moves a queue record "down one".
Moves a queue record "up one".
Save the queue (with any modifications) into your program and continue execution.