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Find in Files does't remember last "Where" selection #873

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seattledeveloper opened this Issue Nov 17, 2015 · 7 comments

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seattledeveloper commented Nov 17, 2015

When doing a search using CTL+SHIFT+F, the default "Where" selection always seems to be "Project", no matter where the previous search had been done. Since other aspects of this functionality remember previous search parameters (like the search text, regular expression, etc.) it seems like the the "Where" should be included.

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Naatan commented Nov 17, 2015

Can you verify what "Ctrl+Shift+F" is set to in Prefs > Key Bindings?

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seattledeveloper commented Nov 17, 2015

The default "Files: Find in Files...", which brings up the new Find in Files band above the search results in Komodo IDE, version 9.3.0, build 88117, platform win32-x86.

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Naatan commented Nov 17, 2015

Thanks, just wanted to make sure.

I do recall seeing some inconsistencies here as well.

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seattledeveloper commented Nov 24, 2015

Hi Nathan,

This seems to be fixed as of 9.3.1. Is this what you are seeing?

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Naatan commented Nov 24, 2015

It's not yet fully consistent in my experience.

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seattledeveloper commented Nov 24, 2015

OK. I'll keep an eye on this as well. Thanks for letting me know.

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seattledeveloper commented Nov 25, 2015

I agree. One instance seems to be when Files is selected, it defaults to Open files on the next CTL+SHIFT+F

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Find: Fix "where" section not remembered - fixes #873
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(integrated from master branch change 9.2.1-724-g0cf4861 by Nathan Rijksen <n.rijksen@gmail.com>)
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