I guess if one tries to use the search box on the wiki page, it can be
challenging. I eventually found it using both 'find' and 'search'. It
seems much easier if you're familiar with the wiki and go to the 'WDSC
Shortcuts' page. To help make 'finding' it easier, I added a link to the
shortcuts page on the WDSC tips/Find page. It would be nice if there was a
simple and obvious way to limit searches to the wiki.

"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 07/18/2014 01:00:04 PM:
----- Message from Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> on Fri, 18 Jul
2014 11:53:59 -0400 -----




Re: [WDSCI-L] Find questions for RDi 9.1

On 7/18/2014 11:19 AM, Justin Taylor wrote:
I've moved from RDP 8.5 to RDi 9.1. My workspace from RDP won't
work in RDi, so I'm starting from scratch. I've gotten most
everything set just right, but there are a couple of Find things I
just can't get set.
1. I had CTRL-SHIFT-F mapped to do a find on the selected
text. I did that back in the WDSc days, and I can't remember how I did

Maybe findSelection?

It may be too late, but when I migrated my 8.5 workspace, I used a copy.
My RDP 8.5 still runs with the same workspace it always used.

2. The default behavior for CTRL-F is to redo the last
search. There used to be an option to turn that off, but I can't
seem to find it.

I opened up my 8.5 and didn't find that preference.

It was hard to find the right entries in the wiki. Any advice on
keywords I should add in order to make it easier to find?



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