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SlickEdit Product Discussion => SlickEdit® => Did you know? => Topic started by: Lisa on August 30, 2007, 01:51:58 pm

Title: Quick Search and Quick Replace
Post by: Lisa on August 30, 2007, 01:51:58 pm
Quickly find all instances of the word or selection at the cursor with Quick Search: Right-click and select Quick Search or use the quick_search command. Use the commands find_next (Ctrl+G in CUA emulation) and find_prev (Ctrl+Shift+G) to find the next and previous occurrences. If you like Quick Search, bind the quick_search command to a key or key sequence (Tools > Options > Key Bindings).

A Quick Replace feature is also available. Type “quick search” or “quick replace” in the Help Index to learn more.

Title: Re: Quick Search and Quick Replace
Post by: hs2 on August 30, 2007, 08:42:45 pm
'quick replace' is quite smart (as I've recognized last time). If the current word to quick-replace is found in it's internal history, the last used replacement for this word is set as the first history item (reached by cursor-up).
That's really nice, speeds up work and helps to avoid typos and such !
HS2