|Subject:||Re: [gcmd-dev] Re: Internal Viewer Features|
|Date:||Fri, 19 May 2006 00:36:37 +0300|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 1.5 (X11/20051201)|
A. Gordon wrote:
Micha wrote:Currently, you press "CTRL+F" to find something, and then you can press F3 to repeat the same search again without the search-dialog even appearing (or SHIFT+F3 to search backgrounds). If you want to refine your search, you press CTRL+F again, and the search dialog appears (and I will soon make it appear with the previous search text already in the entry-box). So what difference does it make if the search dialog disappears or remains visible ? you still press one key to search again...However, i may discover that i need to finetune my search, or may just like to proceed with another one.
Oh, now I got it!you're not using the keyboard at all, right ? you're using the mouse, and you need to access the menu for each Find-Next....
I admit I hadn't thought of it at all, I almost never use the mouse (that's why I like gcmd so much... you can do almost anything with the keyboard).
Instead of making the search dialog stay visible, how about I'll make a toolbar with Find/Find-Next/Find-Prev buttons ?
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