By using a status bar, you can monitor the current IDE state and run environment maintenance tasks.
Status Bar icons
|Click to toggle showing or hiding tool window bars. Also double press and hold Alt to show hidden tool window bars. Refer to the procedure description.|
|This section of the Status bar shows a description of a command, currently selected from the main menu, context menu, or a toolbar.|
|Click this icon to invoke the Background Tasks manager. Visibility of this icon in the Status bar depends on a launched background task.|
Numbers that are divided by a colon denote the current caret position in the editor(line and column).
If you selected a part of a code in the editor, DataGrip shows you a number of characters and line breaks in the selected section.
|This Lock icon indicates the read-only or writable attribute of the current file in the editor. To toggle the file attribute, click the Lock icon or use the command from the main menu.|
|View and change line endings of the current file in the editor.|
|View and change encoding of the current file in the editor.|
|Code style for indents. You can set a character that you want to use for indents: a tab or a space. Also, you can set a number of these characters in the indent. Click the icon and select Configure Indents for <dialect_name>.|
|Shows the current VCS branch. If you click the icon, you can select a VCS branch and work with it.|
|Indicates that there are unattended notifications. Click this icon to see the notification descriptions in the Event Log tool window. |
Alternatively, when the icon is empty, there are no new notifications.
|This blinking icon indicates that internal IDE errors have occurred. Click to view the error descriptions and submit reports.|