On 7 Oct 2016, at 18:55, Igor Kozlov wrote:
[…] It would be really nice btw if that mode could be
Because currently I have to use ⌘E, ⌘F, wrap the search string in
\b, ⌘⌥R, ⌘↩ to find all word occurrences.
I am thinking it might make sense if ⌘E would always add work
boundaries if (and only if) the selection had them (presumably even
mirror it, so using ⌘E with a selected prefix would put `\b` before
the search string but not after it).