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3.6. The "Edit" menu

The Wireshark Edit menu contains the fields shown in Table 3.3, “Edit menu items”.

Figure 3.4. The "Edit" Menu

The "Edit" Menu

Table 3.3. Edit menu items

Menu Item Accelerator Description
Copy > Description Shift+Ctrl+D

This menu item will copy the description of the selected item in the detail view to the clipboard.

Copy > Fieldname Shift+Ctrl+F

This menu item will copy the fieldname of the selected item in the detail view to the clipboard.

Copy > Value Shift+Ctrl+V

This menu item will copy the value of the selected item in the detail view to the clipboard.

Copy > As Filter Shift+Ctrl+C

This menu item will use the selected item in the detail view to create a display filter. This display filter is then copied to the clipboard.

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Find Packet... Ctrl+F

This menu item brings up a dialog box that allows you to find a packet by many criteria. There is further information on finding packets in Section 6.8, “Finding packets”.

Find Next Ctrl+N

This menu item tries to find the next packet matching the settings from "Find Packet...".

Find Previous Ctrl+B

This menu item tries to find the previous packet matching the settings from "Find Packet...".

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Mark Packet (toggle) Ctrl+M

This menu item "marks" the currently selected packet. See Section 6.10, “Marking packets” for details.

Find Next Mark Shift+Ctrl+N

Find the next marked packet.

Find Previous Mark Shift+Ctrl+B

Find the previous marked packet.

Mark All Packets

This menu item "marks" all packets.

Unmark All Packets

This menu item "unmarks" all marked packets.

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Set Time Reference (toggle) Ctrl+T

This menu item set a time reference on the currently selected packet. See Section 6.11.1, “Packet time referencing” for more information about the time referenced packets.

Find Next Reference

This menu item tries to find the next time referenced packet.

Find Previous Reference

This menu item tries to find the previous time referenced packet.

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Configuration Profiles... Shift-Ctrl-A

This menu item brings up a dialog box for handling configuration profiles. More detail is provided in Section 9.6, “Configuration Profiles”.

Preferences... Shift+Ctrl+P

This menu item brings up a dialog box that allows you to set preferences for many parameters that control Wireshark. You can also save your preferences so Wireshark will use them the next time you start it. More detail is provided in Section 9.5, “Preferences”.


 
 
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