On 6 Sep 2014, at 16:21, Matt Neuburg wrote:
Sorry to keep switching gears, but TM now does a thing
takes me into the next document instead of wrapping around in this
document. Is there a way I can get it to stop doing that?
It always did this — you can “break” it by pressing ⌘E (i.e.
place selection on the search clipboard, since the selection is a match,
so it should go to next match on ⌘G, but it’ll drop the associated
next document). It won’t work if you did a regexp search.
I can add a (hidden) setting if it’s a general issue (and people would
prefer to never have it continue to next document).
> PS This is not directly relevant, but the manual
Find dialog has a
> Replace & Find button but lacks a Replace button […] in my opinion
> Replace (but don't Find) should be the default; Replace & Find should
> be a separate option, possibly its alternate when you hold the Option
> key or similar.
For a non-regexp search I generally use paste (⌘V) for “replace”
— though the main reason for lack of a replace button is mainky the
width of 6 buttons in the dialog making it rather wide. But I could
probably fold the two replace buttons into one, as you suggest.
Was also thinking about folding all three replace actions into an action
menu button (like the print dialog’s PDF button), but I think people
would dislike having to go through a menu when doing multiple
replacements from the UI.
As for key equivalents (for Replace), if it needs to contain G then we
only have ⌥⇧G and ⌃⇧⌘G left.