I have installed RDi 9.1, and I didn't think it was possible, but the Find/Replace has become even more annoying...
On RDi 9.0.1, you highlight a field, and press Ctrl+F to bring up the Find/Change dialog at the bottom of the LPEX Editor. Hint TAB a few times, and you get to the change field...
At least it tabbed in ORDER! <grin>
Now with RDi 9.1, it tabs you through the Change options at the BOTTOM, First?!:
* Case Sensitive
* Whole World
* Regular Expression
* Select Found text
* Restrict search to selection
* Restrict search to columns
Now, I have to hit the TAB key 11-times to get the REPLACE Field?!
It does even tab in the order of the fields on the screen?
I do use some of those options, but very rarely. Once again, I am forced to use my mouse, because the Find/Replace does not work like every other Programmer Editor on the planet.
I guess those who love keyboard shortcuts, and now have to remember a new keyboard shortcut: Alt+P to jump to the "Replace Field"...
Is there a place to correct this Tab-Order?!?!?!
And Ctrl + F now longer auto populates the "Find" field with the selected field like it did in RDi 9.0.1. Once again just about every other Programmer editor on the planet does that by default. Heck, even MS Word does that! Heck, Eclipse does that!
PS. It still does not high-light the entire FIND/REPLACE field like every other Editor on the planet. This has driven me crazy since day one. Normally the Find/Replace field is highlight to allow complete change. So you can merely type and replace...
Oh well, I have learn to hit Ctrl + End to high the fields manually myself. Or hit Backspace multiple times...
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