[wingide-users] Ctrl-W: mini-search?

Lakshman Prasad scorpion032 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 00:15:22 MDT 2009

So, Ctrl+U (for mini search) followed by Ctrl+W should search for the
current word.
It still closes the open file, for me.

On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 7:22 AM, Wingware Support <support at wingware.com>wrote:

> Jonathan March wrote:
>> Version 3.2 beta2 change log:
>> "Ctrl-W places current word in editor into active mini-search"
>> With my default key bindings, Ctrl-W closes the open file, just as in
>> previous versions.
>> Can you clarify? Am I trying this in the wrong context? I don't see
>> this command listed anywhere in the manual.
>> What is the name of this new command?
> While mini-search is active, ctrl-w pastes the current word from
> the editor into the mini-search buffer.  It shouldn't conflict
> w/ closing tabs unless you want to use ctrl-w to do that while
> mini-searching.
> This is an emacs behavior that we left enabled in all keyboard modes
> but may need to disable if it does get in the way (please let us know
> if so).
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