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Source Search 1.4.11: It’s in the Gallery

Thursday, May 9th, 2013 by

I’m happy to announce Entrian Source Search 1.4.11, and the fact that Source Search is now published in the Visual Studio Gallery.  If any of the Entrian faithful feel the need to enter a glowing review, I won’t stand in your way. 🙂

You can find the Source Search page here. (And while you’re there, don’t forget to check out Entrian Attach, our shiny new product!)

Source Search 1.4.11 also brings a cool new feature and a couple of bugfixes:

  • You can now delete results from the results list using the Delete key (thanks for the suggestion, Steve!) If some of the results aren’t relevant, just delete them – they only disappear from the results list, without affecting your filters or your index. In the results list:
    • Delete removes the highlighted result from the list.
    • Ctrl+Delete removes all the results from the highlighted results’s file.
    • Shift+Ctrl+Delete removes all the results from the highlighted results’s folder.
  • Fixed a crash when a wildcard search with multiple tokens, eg. render*( finds no matches. Thanks, Luke and Marc.
  • Fixed a bogus error message when you try to show a result but you’ve modified the source code such that the result is now off the end of the file. Thanks, Alexandre.

3 Responses to “Source Search 1.4.11: It’s in the Gallery”

  1. Steve Cadwallader Says:

    Huzzah! Thanks again for the new feature 🙂

    Minor note: it is actually Ctrl+Delete that removes all the results from the highlighted results’s file. FWIW I think Shift+Delete feels more natural though if you want to change it. 🙂

  2. Marc B. Says:

    How about having those hotkeys customizable? I like Ctrl better than Shift 🙂

  3. Richie Hindle Says:

    Steve, Marc,

    Thanks – I’ve fixed up the post and the documentation to say Ctrl+Delete. Sorry Steve, you’re outvoted 2:1 🙂

    (Making those keystrokes customisable would be good, but not trivial – you can’t just register them as hotkeys with Visual Studio because they need to only work in the context of the results list, and not elsewhere in Visual Studio.)