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    hihihlo
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    for example,
    I search string “func2”, when found “func2(aa, bb, cc, dd)” and cursor in “bb”,
    I can invoke below simple macro to select “(aa, bb, cc, dd)” :

    if (document.selection.Find(“[])}]”, eeFindReplaceRegExp | eeFindNext)) {
    document.selection.CharRight(false);
    document.selection.GoToBrace(true);
    }

    and I can invoke below simple macro to select “aa, bb, cc, dd” :

    if (document.selection.Find(“[])}]”, eeFindReplaceRegExp | eeFindNext)) {
    document.selection.CharLeft(false);
    document.selection.GoToBrace(true);
    }

    and so on …,
    But those macro highlight characters ], ), }
    AND INTERRUPT search string “func2” !!!
    So I can’t press F3 to find next “func2” !

    Solve 1:
    If emeditor provide function GetLastSearchedString(),
    then I can recover search string “func2” in those macro,
    and emeditor still Highlight “func2” rather than ], ), } !!

    Solve 2:
    Or add a flag to param “nFlags” of document.selection.Find(),
    which flag let Find() NOT select found string (just move cursor), and eeFindNext/eeFindPrevious still find “func2” rather than “[])}]” !

    Could you add the function or flag, please ?
    Thanks !

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