[TxMt] Re: Keyboard shortcut for Find All
ken+textmate at ken.net
Fri Jun 21 14:30:08 UTC 2013
As you state, ⌘F highlights the "Next" button so pressing enter does just
that (aka, finds the next result). What I'm looking for is the behaviour
that exists when you press ⇧⌘F which changes the focused button to "find
all" so that when you press enter it shows all the matches to your search
phrase. Make sense?
On 21 June 2013 11:33, David Howden <dhowden at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've just done a few tests, and "Next" in this case means "Find the next
> result", so I think the functionality is actually there... Try Cmd+F,
> enter a search term, and then hit enter.
> On 21 June 2013 18:14, Ken Snyder <ken+textmate at ken.net> wrote:
>> I often find myself wanting to achieve the "find all" functionality in
>> Textmate without needing to use the mouse to point to this button. Of
>> course when you do a ⇧⌘F the "find all" button is highlighted by default
>> and you can simply type in your search phrase and hit enter. This is
>> exactly what I would like from ⌘F (aka, scoped to a single document
>> versus the project). Even if the "find all" button isn't the default it
>> would be nice if there was some keyboard hotkey that allowed pressing this
>> button without the hassle of having to move your mouse across and click the
>> Is there a way to do this? If not, could this be considered as a useful
>> feature for a future release?
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