Find dialog is case sensitive.

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Find dialog is case sensitive.

Postby cdelasablonniere » Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:22 am

Hi,
Is there a way to search the log files I create (Live or in File Viewer) without case sensitivity?

I also noticed that it is impossible to correct a search term already entered to change its case.
For example:
- try to find for the word "state"
- the try to type the word "State", with a capital S. The find dialog keeps reverting it.


Thanks in advance for your help.


Charles
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Re: Find dialog is case sensitive.

Postby Raize Support » Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:00 pm

Hi Charles,

Yes, this is a known problem and will be fixed. It is a side effect of the regular expression support that was added. We are working on a solution and it will be incorporated into the next build.

In the meantime you can work around the issue by removing the MRU list of search strings from the CSLiveViewer.ini and/or CSFileViewer.ini files. These files are located in the <user>\AppData\Local\Raize\CodeSite\5.0 directory. If you edit the ini file, you can remove the [MRULists] section from the INI file and restart the viewer.

Another option is to enter a new search string that starts with what you want in the correct case and then delete the ending letters (not backspace, but delete). For example, in the "State" vs. "state" example, enter "States" into the edit field. "States" should appear correctly cased. Then select the "s" at the end of the string and press the Delete key. The case should be preserved and then clicking OK will search for that string.

Certainly not ideal, but it should get you passed the issue.

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Re: Find dialog is case sensitive.

Postby Raize Support » Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:03 pm

Another option is to use the regular expression functionality to search for both strings. For example "[sS]tate" will find all instances of "state" and "State".

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