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Current search context and search result tabs
« on: January 11, 2019, 07:47:51 pm »
Slick as the concept of a current search used in commands like find-next.
I can manually switch between search contexts by double-clicking a result in a search result tab.


#1: Slick should indicate which of the search result tabs (if any) is the active search context.

When I've got a lot of search result tabs, it can be hard to figure out which one is the currently active one.

#2: Alternately tie together active search context and the top-most search result tab - currently these are independent: I can cycle thru search results in "Search<4>" even though "Search<3>" is on top.

#3: When find-next/find-prev is executed, bring-to-front the search results tab that is the currently active search context (if any).