I’m very pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.4.21, which includes these bugfixes:
- A file: filter no longer fails when you have the Case sensitive option checked. Thanks, Martin.
- Hitting Ctrl+= with the cursor at the beginning of a collapsed
#region no longer tries to search for the entire text of the region (!) Thanks, Robert.
- The widths of the columns in the results list are now remembered between sessions. Thanks, Fletcher.
- Modal dialogs are now parented properly to Visual Studio when it isn’t in the foreground when the dialog appears. Thanks, Ace.
- When you use the Shift+Alt+F shortcut to start a file: search, the file: filter would occasionally be highlighted, so typing the filename would overwrite it (duh). That’s now fixed.
- Version 1.4.20 introduced a dependency on a CRT DLL that almost all development PCs already have, but 1.4.21 packages it for those that haven’t (which includes clean Windows 7 machines with Visual Studio 2010 installed). Thanks, Laurent.
- The keyboard shortcuts for toggling the various options from the Search box, like Alt+F to toggle Fuzzy Search, now use Shift+Alt rather than just Alt. If you’re in the habit of using Alt+F to show the File menu, and you happen to have your focus in the Search box at the time, you no longer accidentally kick off a potentially slow Fuzzy Search. (In fact, the shortcut for Fuzzy Search is now Shift+Alt+Z because Shift+Alt+F starts a file: search.) Thanks, Jason.
Entrian Source Search 1.4.21 is available from the Download page as a free upgrade for licensed users and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.