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> What steps will reproduce the problem?
Just a glitch. When you perform a Text Search and then select a file, the settings of the
text search are copied into the settings of the Quick Find. But when you did a Quick Find
before with another Ignore Case, the search uses the previous setting.
1) Do a Text Search with case sensitive search.
2) Open a result file.
4) Now perform a case insensitive Text Search.
5) Open a result file.
6) Do a Quick Find on the result file. The Ignore Case setting is checked, but different
casing is not matched.
> What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
The Ignore Case in the Quick Find should always reflect the setting that is used for
> What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
> Please provide any additional information below. Attach the file you have problem with
if neccessary. If you do not want to publish files YOU CAN CHANGE VISIBILITY TO PRIVATE
megalol: The ignore case is turned on by default since a lot of time ago, right? At least
now it seems to be on by default.
koen and/or megalol: can you still reproduce the original problem? I stucked at this
point: "Open a result file", how to open it? For me it opens automatically, maybe this
changed earlier in the past year.
No, it is still present in 6.0.2 build 915.
First search for "frame" case sensitive (using the "Text Search" tool). Then open a file
from the results list (search2.gif).
Then search for "Frame" case insensitive. (search1.gif)
Select a found file (search2.gif)
As you see in search3.gif, The local search is now set to "Frame" and ignore case. But
when using the arrow down button, it won't find "frame" on line 14.
Please try the latest nightly, it should be fixed.
I can't edit the attachments, but i changes this issue to developery only until JPEXS
removes the paths or the complete images (i don't need them anymore.)