Hey Jeff

Select what you want to filter on, then right-click, open the Selected option, where you have the option to filter by selection - something like that.

I usually do it with keyboards shortcuts - 1) select the text 2) right-click 3) type L 4) type F

I haven't set up a keyboard action for this yet - not sure I ever did in earlier versions, but I don't remember now.

Another way that gives you the change might be to use the Find dialog.

1) Ctrl-F 2) type in search text 3) Alt-A 4) type in replacement text 5) click on replace all or do Alt-R or whatever the shortcut is

HTH
Vern

On 6/9/2014 8:57 AM, Jeff Young wrote:
In SEU, we have the ability to display only source lines that meet a
specified search string.
By excluding all source lines using the *X* function on the source line(s)
and then using the *F(*ind) search string *A(*ll) *X(*Excluded), only those
lines matching the search string will be displayed. I can then use
the *C*(hange)
command to do a group change on either only those lines displayed or only
those lines not displayed.

Is there any way to do this in RDi?


Jeff Young
Sr. Programmer Analyst


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