The biggest problem with using prefix commands is they don't work when the code is collapsed from a search process. You have to expand the source again to run a prefix command.

I don't do this but I tried the show view feature and it opened on a selected line of code in expanded view. You have to close it each time but it's not nothing.

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Subject: [WDSCI-L] Un-filter a select number of lines


So I used Find-->All to filter my source down to a handful of lines I was interested.

However, I'd like to see a few lines after the line containing the string filtered on.

Is there anyway to show just a few lines, rather than showing all the lines up to the next match?

I've tried using the SEU XX command in conjunction, but that didn't seem to play well.

Example, filtered on SomethingInteresting()

903600+ SomethingInteresting();
904400+ SomethingInteresting();
960400+ SomethingInteresting();

Expanding 9036 is fine, as I want to see every line down to 9044. But I'd like to see lines 904500 to 905200. Unfortunately, expanding 904400 shows all lines down to 906400.

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