Am 10.04.16 um 18:51 schrieb Curt Sellmer:
On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 7:58 AM, Josh Bernitt <jjbernitt(a)gmail.com
Is that in addition to hitting ⌘F? I can do ⌘E ⌘F and that uses my
selection for Find. I was thinking of bypassing the manual choice
entirely and always using the highlighted portion of text as the
Find value. It’s how Sublime Text, Atom, and IntelliJ all work, but
perhaps that’s not the best then? All those other editors are not
native Mac apps, so maybe if I try to bypass the ⌘E, that will
detract from the native experience and choice. I had not considered
that at all. Thoughts?
I would prefer to keep it as is. This change would also be awkward
with the "Find in Selection" feature which I find is quite useful.
+1 to keep the current behaviour (at least as an option).
One of things I do really often:
1) Select a string I want to replace and press ⌘E to make it the
current search string.
2) Select a part of my document.
3) Press ⌘⌥F to do a “Find All” restricted to the current selection.
4) Start typing to replace each occurance at once (multiple carets are
such a great feature, btw!)
(I omit step 1 if the thing I want to replace is already the current