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  • #27036
    jic
    Participant

    Greetings!

    Is there an option to highlight all the words in a document that match a highlighted word in a document? For example: imagine this paragraph:

    EmEditor is the best editor in the world.
    I have seen how powerful this editor is.
    It works miracles with search and
    replace. No other editor comes close to
    its power.

    Say that I highlight the word <b>editor</b>, then I would like to see all words matching <b>editor</b> also highlighted. Is there such an option?

    I know that I can do a search for that word, and I can see them all highlighted, but I don’t want to have to do that all the time. Any thoughts on this? Thanks.

    josé

    #27037
    sky
    Participant

    “Add to Markers” Adds the selected text to the Markers list.

    #27038
    jic
    Participant

    Thanks, Sky. But, that means that I would have to keep adding and deleting the words to/from markers group. Notepad++ has that option, and I think it’s a great function. Any other thought(s)?

    #27039
    sky
    Participant

    “Enable Auto Marker”

    #27042
    sky
    Participant

    Refer to the left side image for EmEditor “Enable Auto Marker”.
    i.imgur.com/vNuiKjo.png

    #27043
    jic
    Participant

    Thanks. This works. It should be enabled as a default setting.

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