#11094

Stefan
Participant

 

zmeskalk wrote:

– search window preview (with line numbers
and click to go to the line in editor)

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Point 1 can be check-marked as solved I think.

Yutaka wrote:

Stefan > Display result
of “Find All” in current file
to output bar.

Yutaka > You can use the “Find in Files” and
search only the current file with the Use Output Bar option.

Stefan > Sorry, I don’t know how to do this.

In Find in Files dialog box,
by the File types dropdown list,
please click the “>” button,
then click “Current File”,
to show the current file name.

You can then click “>” again
and click “Save as Default”
if you want to save this settings.

That really works! Thank you Yutaka!

Note:
you must have an already existing file to let this work.
For just fresh created Untitled* documents this feature is greyed out.

On an click at [Find] you will get a click-able list of lines with matched finds.

With “[X] Use Output Bar” enabled you will get that list in the “View > Output” -panel
With that option disabled you will get a new document with that output.

If you click at the hyperlink in such a line you will be forwarded to that line in the corresponding file.

Example:

A search for “but” in zmeskalk will output:

H:TEMPUntitled.txt(1): I’m not sure that this feature aren’t implemented but I can’t find it:
H:TEMPUntitled.txt(6): – inverse delete (lines in line mode) – delete all but not matches

Solved, zmeskalk ?

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