The filter context menu is available whenever you right-click on a filter in LogViewPlus.
The edit filter command allows you to edit an existing filter. This is the same as double-clicking on the filter if the filter does not have any child filters. If the filter has children then the node will be expanded or collapsed.
The "Invert to..." command will switch the currently selected filter type to either Include or Exclude. This command will only be enabled when the target filter type supports excluding log entries.
Adds the currently selected filter to the search results window.
Cuts the currently selected filter to the clipboard. If this filter is later pasted within this LogViewPlus session, the selected filter will be moved.
Copies the currently selected filter to the clipboard. Note that filters are copied to the clipboard as plain text. This allows them to be easily shared with other LogViewPlus users.
If a filter has been copied to the clipboard, the paste filter command will apply it to the currently selected log file or view.
The add filter command displays a list of all filters which are currently available in the filter toolbar. These commands are also available on the toolbar and are provided here for convenience only.
The apply templates command will show a list of all pre-saved templates. This command is also available on the toolbar and is provided here for convenience only.
The save as template command is the same as the "Add" template command which is available on the templates toolbar. This command will save the currently selected filter as a new template.
Opens the graph log entries dialog. The screen can be used the display the currently selected filter as a graph.
If you have configured LogViewPlus to generate custom reports, those reports will be available for execution. This command will not be visible if custom reports have not been configured.
Renames the currently selected filter.
Removes all log entries from the current log file. If the file is currently being tailed new entries will appear automatically.
Note that the underlying log file will not be modified. No changes will be written to disk.
Reloading the log file is useful if you have previously cleared all log entries and now need to see the cleared entries. It can also be helpful when you are modifying parser configurations, or to refresh a file which is not currently tailed.
Closes the current view. Note that the current view can be either a log file or a filter.