Doing a search in 1.4.3 (Anywhere checked, Match Partial Words not checked). When I do an Edit : Find : Library Search… for a phrase (multiple words within quotes), EagleFiler does find the correct file(s) - RTF in my case. However, single occurrences of any the words in the phrase are also highlighted in that file (in addition to the phrase). Is there a way for search to just highlight the found phrase(s)?
Second question: is there a way to “go to” the first (or next) highlighted found item within a file (RTF in my case)? “Jump to Selection” only goes to a selection that I’ve physically made if it’s scrolled off the window.
The only way I’ve been able to do all of this is with a muli-step process. First I do an Edit : Find : Library Search… phrase search within quotes (Anywhere checked). EagleFiler finds the file(s). Then, I select a one of the files, and I must then click at the top of the file (as if I was going to add text at the beginning). I then do a Command-F (Edit : Find : Find…), enter the phrase again because the Find dialog box doesn’t have the current find (BTW, no quotes are needed), and click next. I wish the Find dialog box would take the find info from the Library Search entry. This then takes me to the desired phrase, and also bypasses all the highlighted occurrences of the separate words of the phrase. Subsequent Command-G entries take me to the next occurrence (Edit : Find : Find Next).
Thanks very much.