|title||Expanding a tab does not activate a filter nor toggle decoration|
Clicking on a tab does not have any impact on the source code that is displayed. It just shows detailed information about the code. You have to explicitly click on a filter or on a decoration bar to change something on the source code.
On top of each tab (except the first one), a light blue bar can be toggled to activate decoration of the source code with information relevant to the tab.
- The decoration action modifies which information is visible on the source code. For instance, you can click the thin blue bar at the top of the SCM tab to show the file's SCM annotations.
- Multiple decorators can be turned on at the same time.
- Once a decorator is activated (the light blue bar becomes darker) you may need to scroll down to find an instance of the relevant decoration. For instance, if you turn on the duplications decoration, the file you're looking at may not have a duplicated block at the top part of the file; you may need to scroll down to find one.
When a tab is expanded, it gives access to filtering actions: