Entrian Source Search 1.3.3: Custom sort, custom verbosity, and moreMonday, August 31st, 2009 by Richie Hindle
Entrian Source Search 1.3.3 brings you a whole slew of enhancements:
- You can now sort the results by folder name, by filename or by file extension (thanks, Rob and Pros):
- You also get incremental search within the results, so you can focus the results and then type the first few letters of a filename or folder name to jump directly to it.
- You can now control how much text appears around the actual hit in the “Hit” column, via the new “Verbosity” slider:
- The toolbar button labels are hidden when there isn’t enough space for them, so the buttons don’t disappear into the toolbar overflow:
- When the Hit column gets narrow, the context shrinks so you can still see the hit text properly.
- When the Folder column gets too narrow for the folder pathnames, the pathnames are now truncated from the left rather than the right, leaving the most important pieces visible.
- The tooltip for truncated items in the results list no longer times out (thanks, Grammarian).
- Added a workaround for a bug in early versions of .NET 2.0, which could cause an ArgumentOutOfRangeException when searching (thanks, Eldad).
As always, the upgrade is free for licensed users, and there’s a free 30-day trial for everybody else. Download here!