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aaro



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How about adding 'Count' button that will tell you how many times word is found in files?

IMO It's better to have only one dialog for find and replace. Add button to toggle find/replace functionality.
Post 04 Oct 2003, 15:35
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decard



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aaro wrote:
How about adding 'Count' button that will tell you how many times word is found in files?


hmmm... it could be useful. Or maybe to show (optionally) a window with some statistic of the search (number of results, locations of the matches..) when it's done?

aaro wrote:
IMO It's better to have only one dialog for find and replace. Add button to toggle find/replace functionality.


Well... we live in a standarized world and having two windows seems to be a standard Smile. But as I mentioned before, I'll construct this dialog and see how it works...

btw, why didn't you post this in the thread with the pictures of the dialogs? It was created for such an opinions & suggestions Very Happy

thanks,
decard
Post 04 Oct 2003, 15:56
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aaro



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Quote:

hmmm... it could be useful. Or maybe to show (optionally) a window with some statistic of the search (number of results, locations of the matches..) when it's done?

Something like this?

    Word count:
    main.asm: 17
    main.inc: 2
    test.asm: 4
    total: 23

Yes, it would be even better
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Well... we live in a standarized world and having two windows seems to be a standard . But as I mentioned before, I'll construct this dialog and see how it works...

In RadASM you have buttons to toggle search functionality
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btw, why didn't you post this in the thread with the pictures of the dialogs? It was created for such an opinions & suggestions Very Happy

Pushed the wrong button.. Sorry

One more suggestion replace all button
Post 04 Oct 2003, 16:02
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scientica
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Coutnign words? Sorry, but what is the use of that? I see no use in know how many "mov" I have in my sources, other than for the fun of statistics.

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Post 04 Oct 2003, 17:24
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aaro



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For example to check there's as many .ifs and .endifs or pushs/pops..
Post 04 Oct 2003, 18:02
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decard



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Heh argument about fun and statistics is also very important IMO Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy

btw, I've just looked at RadASM and it's find/replace dialog, and I must say I just don't like it... well, it's whole interface isn't perfect IMO (for example because there is too many options in each menu, it complicates RadASM's usage, and it could be done better way)
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