I’m very pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.7.8, which includes one new feature and a pile of bugfixes. Source Search now let you have multiple tabs, so you can keep one or more sets of search results open while performing more searches:
See the manual page for Multiple tabs for full details on tabs and how to use them.
Also in this release:
- You no longer see duplicate results after case-only renames on filesystems with 8.3 filenames disabled. Thanks, Alan.
- Fixed a crash trying index a directory for which you don’t have read permission. Thanks, Jools.
- Files using Mac line endings are now indexed properly. Thanks, Keith.
- The “Unexpected IO Exception” dialog now works for the indexer as well as the searcher, so if the indexer hits a transient file system problem, you get a chance to retry. Thanks, Eddie.
- Fixed a crash when using the “Previous Hit” hotkey for a
file:search. Thanks, Sam.
- Fixed a rendering glitch in the results list for long source lines beginning with tab characters. Thanks, Anders.
- The settings file is no longer truncated if the disk is full when Source Search tries to write to it. Thanks, Martin.
- If you try to create an index, find that there’s already one of that name, and ask to recreate it, you no longer get a silly error telling you that the index already exists. Thanks, Martin.
- All of the controls in the crash dialog now render clearly in the High Contrast theme. Thanks, Martin.
- Fixed a rendering glitch in the results list when using the editor font on a High DPI display. Thanks, Chris.