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Wappler Version : 2.4.2
Operating System : Windows 10
Clicking a search result, following a multi-file search, should open the relevant page, if not already open, with the relevant line highlighted.
If the page is not initially open, the page opens in Design View; obviously the relevant line is not highlighted.
How to reproduce
Perform a multi-file search (search icon at top left of screen) and click a search result. That should be all that is required to locate the relevant line. What is actually required:
Click the search result
(Wait for the page to render in Design View)
Click the Code or Split View button
Click the search result again
As mentioned in another shortly-to-be-closed thread, the multi-file search lacks expected functionality (functionality which works very well and as expected in the page search). I don’t know if this sort of matter should be a feature request; it’s as much an issue than a request (and I don’t suppose anybody who uses the feature would not want it to work as expected).
Page search works as you expect:
Ctrl+F, type or select default and press Enter. Works really well. (No clicking needed.)
Multi-file search (subject of this thread): Ctrl+Alt+F - focus is not applied to the search field, so it has to be clicked. Type search criteria and press Enter: nothing happens - the Find All button has to be clicked.
(You can press the tab key to select the button, but there’s no indication that the button is selected.)