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Re: [gcmd-dev] Case insensitive quick search?

From: Piotr Eljasiak
Subject: Re: [gcmd-dev] Case insensitive quick search?
Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 12:52:51 +0200

> Hi, is there any chance the quick search could be case insensitive?
> It takes time to check how exactly the word was written.
> Was it "programming" or "Programming"?

The gcmd qsearch sensitiveness depends on 'Options|General|Sorting
options' value. Please uncheck to get it the way you need.

> My favorite quick search is found in mucommander. You just type
> any part of the file name and it jumps to that file. 

You can get qsearch working this way by switching off the cmdline
visibility. By default, gcmd directs all unhandled keyboard input to the
cmdline and to start qsearching it's necessary to trigger with ALT+char
or CTRL+ALT+char

> You don't worry about case, and it works for folders with lots of file that 
> start with
> the same prefix, like IMG_0374.JPG. Just type 374 and done.

> Would be cool to have this option in GC too :) 

The gcmd latest code has options: 'Match beginning of the file name' and
'Match end of the file name'. When unchecked they bring required

Hope it'll help,

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