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Jon-3
I just posted "bug" (enhancement suggestion) 3034, which says in part

As much as I like the AutoComplete feature of the Script Editor, I find
myself always wanting to do searches, and I hate switching between the
two modes.  I realized that the two modes are really separate, since one
rarely wants to search in the middle of typing a word.  Why not have the
Find/Replace visible all of the time EXCEPT when in the middle of typing
a word, at which point it is dynamically replaced by the AutoComplete?
Best of both worlds!

Vote with your heart...

:)

Jon
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Re: new bug posted

Jim Ault
"Jon" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Why not have the Find/Replace visible all of the time Actually, I prefer not
to have the Replace button showing, and especially the Replace All.  Doing a
find, then later accidentally clicking Replace All as you bring the script
window to the front will morph the entire script container... major damage in
some cases.

I would prefer the Replace and Replace All be a drop down selection of
'once' and 'once whole word only' and 'all' and 'all whole word only'

Usually this feature is on its own dialog window so that you are in
Find/Replace mode, then dismiss it.

Jim Ault
Las Vegas


On 7/29/05 5:56 PM, "Jon" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I just posted "bug" (enhancement suggestion) 3034, which says in part
>
> As much as I like the AutoComplete feature of the Script Editor, I find
> myself always wanting to do searches, and I hate switching between the
> two modes.  I realized that the two modes are really separate, since one
> rarely wants to search in the middle of typing a word.  Why not have the
> Find/Replace visible all of the time EXCEPT when in the middle of typing
> a word, at which point it is dynamically replaced by the AutoComplete?
> Best of both worlds!
>
> Vote with your heart...
>
> :)
>
> Jon
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Re: new bug posted

Jon-3
Jim:

A good point about the consequences of an accidental click; I'd not
considered that.

That said, I often want to search for something, and find the procedure
for getting the Find facility to be visible to be more complex and time
consuming than I would like.

:)

Jon


Jim Ault wrote:

>"Jon" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  
>
>>Why not have the Find/Replace visible all of the time Actually, I prefer not
>>    
>>
>to have the Replace button showing, and especially the Replace All.  Doing a
>find, then later accidentally clicking Replace All as you bring the script
>window to the front will morph the entire script container... major damage in
>some cases.
>
>I would prefer the Replace and Replace All be a drop down selection of
>'once' and 'once whole word only' and 'all' and 'all whole word only'
>
>Usually this feature is on its own dialog window so that you are in
>Find/Replace mode, then dismiss it.
>
>Jim Ault
>Las Vegas
>
>
>On 7/29/05 5:56 PM, "Jon" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>  
>
>>I just posted "bug" (enhancement suggestion) 3034, which says in part
>>
>>As much as I like the AutoComplete feature of the Script Editor, I find
>>myself always wanting to do searches, and I hate switching between the
>>two modes.  I realized that the two modes are really separate, since one
>>rarely wants to search in the middle of typing a word.  Why not have the
>>Find/Replace visible all of the time EXCEPT when in the middle of typing
>>a word, at which point it is dynamically replaced by the AutoComplete?
>>Best of both worlds!
>>
>>Vote with your heart...
>>
>>:)
>>
>>Jon
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