pete at mollysrevenge.com
Wed Dec 8 16:36:55 EST 2010
Thanks for the guidance on the replace, understand it now.
After I wrote about the scroll arrows, I realised that the top one was
there, I guess I usually want to scroll down so I only noticed the
bottom one was missing, so you're seeing the same as me. IS there way
to un-hide the bottom scroll arrow?
On Dec 8, 2010, at 1:03 PM, Jim Ault wrote:
> To activate the Replace buttons you need to choose
> Current Tab or All Tabs in the drop down, the idea being that
> replace only works with script containers that are open.
> To open one, click on then entry in the list.
> On my Search Results window I only see an arrow at the top. The
> bottom one is hidden.
> Perhaps you have a preference set to 'both arrows in the same
> location' and that is set to the 'bottom of the scroll' bar, thus
> On Dec 8, 2010, at 11:11 AM, Peter Haworth wrote:
>> I use the IDE Find/Replace frequently. It seems there are two
>> different dialogs depending on if you have a script editor window
>> open (I think). The one I'm talking about comes up when I hit Cmd-
>> F in a script editor window, then click the "More" button.
>> I have a couple of problems with this dialog. It seems to work
>> fine in terms of finding and displaying in the Search results tab.
>> However, nothing I do seems to make the Replace and Replace All
>> button functional - they are always greyed out. Is that
>> functionality not implemented?
>> The other issue is that the Search Results tab never displays any
>> vertical scroll arrows.
>> SHould I submit these as bugs or am I missing something?
>> Pete Haworth
> Jim Ault
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