On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 13:31:52 -0400, "John Gabriele" email@example.com wrote:
On 6/29/07, Enrico Tröger firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 11:19:03 -0400, "John Gabriele" email@example.com wrote:
On my system, Alt-C is bound both to "Case sensitive" and to the Cancel button, and Alt-C is able to activate neither.
Oops. Changed mnemonic for "Case sensitive" to 'a' and added mnemnic 's' for label "Search for" to activate the search entry field. Changes are made for the Find, Replace and Find in Files dialog. Thanks John for reporting. Fixed in SVN r1654.
Hm. Just noticed something. If I'm doing a search (Ctrl-F) and the Find dialog is up, I'm hitting Alt-N until I hit the end of the doc. Then another dialog pops up to ask me if I want to continue again from the top. I hit Alt-F to continue the search. But now, focus has gone back to the main editor window instead of the Find dialog.
I think focus should go back to the Find dialog.
It should. And for some reason it does on my system so I never saw this bug. I guess it is related to window manager behaviour, I'm using xfwm4 (from Xfce). Anyway, I could reproduce it on Windows and was able to fix it. At least I think ;-). The problem was the displayed message box got the main window as parent and when the message box was closed the focus was set to the parent's window. Now, the parent is set to the search dialog.
Please try SVN r1663 and report whether it is solved.
I noticed a new problem (at least on Windows): After the Wrap-around-message-box appeared and was closed, Geany gets completely minimized when closing the search dialog. Do you also experience this on Linux or may this a Windows only issue? I need your help on this because on my Linux system I can't reproduce it at all.