Re: Feature suggestion: Incremental search

From: vais <>
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2009 18:38:13 -0800 (PST)

Mitchell, I agree "Mark All" is pretty useless (never used it myself).
However, "Replace in Selection" I use all the time. Of course one
could open another buffer, etc. but that is more work :)

Perhaps "Replace in Selection" should be something the user can
implement themselves. I put in an issue 24 for this with a suggestion
of how it can be done without changing the UI, and at some point I
will be adding some user code there for anyone interested. Feel free
to ignore this request if you truly believe it is "bloat". That's the
whole point of having a ridiculously configurable text editor - bloat
features can be added by users!


On Jan 25, 9:28 pm, mitchell <> wrote:
> Vais,
> > The Find panel is
> > already full, and there is still no support for "Replace in Selection"
> > and "Mark All" (both Scite features).
> For 'replace in selection', just copy your selection into a new
> buffer, do a 'replace all', and copy the results back.
> I have never found 'mark all' to be very useful. Does it have a
> purpose?
> > Perhaps instead of adding to the
> > Find panel, the Command Entry UI could be "repurposed" for incremental
> > search?
> Sorry. I love the command entry to death and it will stay.
Received on Sun 25 Jan 2009 - 21:38:13 EST

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