Patricia Martin wrote:
(...) if I get zero results in the search and I try CTRL+SHIFT+F, it doesn't clear the filter and I have to use the mouse to cancel it and then enter CTRL+SHIFT+G to jump to the row.
Indeed... I had never realised that. I wonder if it's a bug? I don't see any logical reason for that behaviour.
I guess I could do a normal CTRL+F search using "mark all" and check the "list results" check box. However I have to continuously check the "list results" check box every time I do a search which is also annoying. Not to mention if I have really long segments then it's really hard to see everything at once since I can only view one full segment at the top at a time, the rest are crunched down into an excel-like spreadsheet below. Also annoying.
Alright, but why would you use CTRL+F searches in the first place anyway? If you do get results, then the top filter will work just fine (so 99% of the time...). In the long run, jumping back and forth from the list results and having to use the poor editing capabilities would be more time consuming than having to click on the Unfilter button when you don't get any result.
P.S. Is there a keyboard shortcut to automatically jump to the filter source search without using the mouse?