The grid context menu is available by right clicking on a row in the log entries grid. Note that the actions available in the grid context menu will change depending on the column where the right-click action occurred.
An "instant" filter is a filter which will be created without any further configuration. In this example the type of instant filter is a thread filter. Selecting this option would therefore create a thread filter at the level of the current log entry. For example, if the current log entry is at thread '5' then this command would create a new thread filter for thread '5'.
Note that in some cases, we may need to select where in the filter hierarchy the filter should be applied. Should we apply it to the log file? Or to the current filter? Or, perhaps, a child filter?
Reads the time of the currently selected log entry and creates a new Date Filter showing everything which occurred after that time.
Reads the time of the currently selected log entry and creates a new Date Filter showing everything which occurred before that time.
When two or more log entries are selected this command will determine the start and end time of the log entries and create a new Date Filter showing everything which occurred between the selected times.
Calculates the amount of time that has elapsed between the two selected log entries.
If you have configured LogViewPlus to use a compare tool (like WinMerge) the Compare Log Entries command will open the two selected log entries using your configured tool. This is helpful for quickly determining the difference between two log entries.
Copies the currently selected log entry to the clipboard. Note that the copied log entry will be the full log entry as it would have appeared in a text editor.
Copies the currently selected cell to the clipboard.
Adds or removes a bookmark to the currently selected log entry. Note you can also add or remove bookmarks by double-clicking in the row selection column.
This command will find the currently selected log entry in the parent log file or filter.
This command will find the currently selected log entry in the original log file.
Grid appearance commands can be used to control the display of the log entry grid. Please see the view toolbar documentation for more information.
The columns command can be used to quickly add or remove a column. Selecting this command will open a further set of menu items each of which represents a grid column. Currently visible columns will have a check next to them.