Descriptive Problem Summary:
Similar to id:870509, in the end result. Basically, if you your cursor placed anywhere on the screen (somewhere in the middle of the document? I'm using ~120 lines, so like, line 60ish), and you do a FIND ALL, seach in "This File", for something like "var" or another common appearence, the document will not update the code editor correctly. Instead, it will scroll the page down to match your cursor, but not update the text. Clicking or selecting the lines will show what happened.
Numbered Steps to Reproduce Problem:
1. Open document with large number of lines (over 100?)
2. Scroll to middle, place cursor somewhere
3. Open Advanced Find/Replace prompt
4. Type something like 'var' in.
5. Search in 'this file'
6. Find All.
7. Click on the top line, this becomes the line you originally placed your cursor at. But the screen didn't update.
place cursor, on line 93
find all 'var' in 'this file'
I'd actually expect it to not scroll the editor up or down, and actually update the window.
Cursor'd line becomes the first line appearing, so it scrolls up, and it doesn't update the window.
Does the problem occur:
Every time? Or how often? Yes.
On other computers? Untested.
When does the problem NOT occur?
Replace all, 'Included Files', 'All Files', 'Find Next'
Did the problem NOT occur in any earlier versions? If so, what was the last version that worked? This is the first version I noticed this happening, assuming it happened before alongside the Replace All bug, previously fixed, but just never noticed.
Select all when window doesn't update.
Aug 12 2012, 1:42 pm (Edited on Aug 12 2012, 2:36 pm)