- You can now filter on:
- or to search just the file currently open in the Visual Studio editor
- to search in (and under) the directory of current file
- to search files with the same extension as the current file (thanks, Dan and Joe).
- Sorting the results list by Folder name, Filename or Extension now only takes one click, not two (thanks, Dan):
- Multiple filters act as ORs, not ANDs, so you can say (thanks, Anton).
- Fixed a crash when you resized the Search window so small that no Hits could be shown (thanks, Andrew).
- The timeout for incremental search is now two seconds rather than one (thanks, Dan).
- Scrolling the results list with the scrollbar now gives the list the focus, so that the mouse wheel then works (thanks, Dan).
- Improved the visual appearance of the results list column headings and the toolbar on Vista and Windows 7.
- Fixed a painting glitch that could prevent the “Partial results” warning from showing and hiding itself at the right times.
Update: Many thanks to Anton for spotting a bug infiltering, which could make Source Search crash if you mistyped it as – that’s why we’re now at 1.3.5 (blush).
The upgrade is – as always – free for licensed users, and there’s a free 30-individual-day trial for everybody else. Download from the usual place.
Did you know about the New Releases RSS Feed?
Or the Announcement-Only Twitter Feed?
Well now you do. 🙂