The Edit Sound List menu has the following functions.
Name - You can name the Sound List to something that logically identifies it. (ex. "Grease Act II"). The Sound List name appears in the top title bar of the program.
Description - Add or change the description of the Sound List. Include special production instructions here. Multiple lines of text can be pasted into this textbox. It is included in the reports.
Category Name - Each Sound List has its own list of category names. Sound Items are categorized for sorting purposes. Category is selected on the Locator Group panel. Default categories are: Sound Cue, Music and Announcement.
Set Names as Defaults - Sets the Sound List category names from the program defaults.
Save Names as Defaults - Saves the Sound List category names as the program defaults.
Number the List - When checked, prefixes items in the Sound List with a number .
Use Ascending Order - When checked, all sorts are performed in Ascending Order -- Descending when unchecked.
By Act/Scene/Page (numeric) - Resorts the list in ascending order by Group Hierarchy (ex. Act, then Scene and then Page numbers). For more information, see Group Hierarchy on the Classifiers help page.
By Name - Sorts the list by Name (alphabetically A to Z).
By Category - Sorts the list by Category (alphabetically A to Z).
Undo Last Sort - Returns the list to the order previous to the last Sort operation.
Find attempts to find the next (or previous) occurrence of the Find Text specified in the Tools toolbar Find Text textbox (see Figure 1). You select the Sound ItemTarget field that will be searched.
Find - Prompts you to enter a find string value. Then performs the Find Next function.
Find Next - Finds the next Sound Item after the current selected item which contains the Find Text in its Target Field.
Find Previous - Finds the previous Sound Item before the current selected item which contains the Find Text in its Target Field.
Set Find Target Field - These menu items change the search Target field. Target fields are located in the Sound ItemDescriptors section.
In Name - Sets the Find Target field to the Sound ItemName field .
In Description - Sets the Find Target field to the Sound ItemDescription field .
In Media Filename - Sets the Find Target field to the Sound ItemMedia Filename field . File name and type are matched but not the folder path information.
Match Case in Find - Toggles Match Case mode On (when checked) and Off (when unchecked). When Match Case mode is On, letter case (upper, lowercase characters) must match the Find Text case. When Off, letter case is ignored.
Wrap Search - Toggles Wrap Search mode On (when checked) and Off (when unchecked). With Wrap mode is On, when search reaches the end of the list and it continues from the top of the list until all items have been checked or a match is found. When Off, search stops at the end of the list for Find Next, or at the top of the list for Find Previous.
Tip - Leading and trailing blanks are not trimmed from the Find Text. So for example, if you specify "My " (with a trailing blank) for the Find Text, the search will match "My Video" but not "MyVideo".