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ctrl + shift + r, searching with contained letters [message #1810650] Thu, 15 August 2019 07:12 Go to next message
Isagani Pumar is currently offline Isagani PumarFriend
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Registered: August 2019
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When I do ctrl + shit + r to search for my files, I'll only be able to search a file starting from their first letters and so on. So if I get a file's name wrong, it won't show up in the search results. How can I change it so I can have the search results with contained words rather than specific words starting from the first letter?

Example:

I type in "Command"

It'll show me all the files with the starting word "Command" and so on.

Now let's say one of the files is called "CommandDeveloper"

if I try to search "Developer"

It will NOT show "CommandDeveloper" rather, it will show any file
name with the beginning word "Developer" and so on after that.

I want to change that, so when I search "Developer" it will find ALL files with the word containing "Developer" just like how a search system is supposed to work.
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Re: ctrl + shift + r, searching with contained letters [message #1810661 is a reply to message #1810650] Thu, 15 August 2019 12:28 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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The dialog shows right at the top that * and ? can be used for "patterns". So *Developer should to the trick. I often use this to find *.ecore or *.setup.
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