On Sep 18, 2017, at 10:50 PM, Allan Odgaard firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That said, if you press ⌃⌘R (Select current document in file browser) then ⌥⌘⇥ (move focus to file browser) and finally ⇧⌘F (bring up find in file browser selection) you will get checkboxes for searching the currently selected file, which should be the open document.
No, I see that we are now searching just this document, but I still don't see the checkboxes.
The way I currently solve this is to do Find All globally, then use the gear menu to uncheck all, then Option-click to check just the hits in my one document, and then work from there.
That's not at all bad! It's just a surprise that Find All in document seems to mean something different from Find All in project. I would have thought the former would be a way of doing that very same thing in the latter.
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