Re: Howto activate floating search/replace on kate/kwrite, howto execute with keyboard?
- Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2016 14:36:36 -0600
- From: "David C. Rankin" <drankinatty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Howto activate floating search/replace on kate/kwrite, howto execute with keyboard?
On 11/10/2016 01:37 PM, Dominik Haumann wrote:
> Sven's suggestion is a good one, I am doing it the same way (ALT+A is
> replace all for me).
> Besides that, which Kate version did you use previously?
> Also which version are you using currently? Since there was one
> version that had grave bugs in the search in KDE Frameworks 5.26 (see
Thank you sven, dominic,
It was not apparent there were any accelerators available as there are
no underlines shown on the label anymore. Is there a way I can activate
a 'show accelerators' so I'm not missing these shortcuts. I hate picking
my hands up off the keyboard if I can avoid it and really do make use of
the accelerators if I know what they are. That is why I actually loved
the old floating dialogs, I could use them in a snap and all
accelerators where clearly underlined on the buttons (they were the kde3
Current version is the latest Version 16.08.2 with
KDE Frameworks 5.27.0
Qt 5.7.0 (built against 5.7.0)
The xcb windowing system
Ahh! With the accelerator, it works nicely! But the dialog does not
remember the last replacement text (it has it available in the
combo-list, but it is no longer automatically the active 'Replace:'
text) So now it is a
ctrl+r RE tab down-arrow alt+a
Is there a switch or a bit of code I can tweak that would tell replace
to keep the last 'replace' text as the active replacement text. What I
want is to cut this process down to:
ctrl+r RE alt+a
That will be back to normal and slick as can be. Hell, with the new
FW5, why not have it do one better and if there is a multi-line
selection, then remember both the last 'Find:' text and the last
'Replace:' text to cut down subsequent application of the same action to
'ctrl+r alt+a' :)
(for single line, or less, selections, the selected text should still go
in the 'Find:')
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.