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You can access the context menu by right-clicking on the Event Timeline. Some general context menu options are common to all Charts. Event Timeline provides some options that are specific to this timeline.
Intel® Trace Analyzer
Specific Event Timeline context menu options:
Entry:
Description:
Details on Function/Message
Access details on a particular function or message in the Event Timeline
Ungroup Group Application/Group MPI
See the OpenMP* regions in the application code or particular MPI functions in the MPI calls
Function Colors...
Open Function Group Color Editor (in grouped mode) or color selection dialog (in ungrouped mode) to apply new colors to functions
Show
Select what elements you want to be displayed: functions, messages or collective operations. By default, all of them are displayed in the Event Timeline.
Chart
Print, save, clone and move the Chart (for more details, see section Common Chart Features)
Event Timeline Settings
Set or reset the Event Timeline preferences
Close Chart
Stop using the Event Timeline
Command line for VTune Amplifier/Advisor...
Open the
Command line for Intel® VTune™ Amplifier/Intel® Advisor
dialog box for selected process
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Product and Performance Information

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