4450Re: [edit+] Quick search
- Jan 24, 2006For me it not so much whether it is 2 or 3 or 4 keys, but rather that
F3 = search, so Ctrl-F3 = quicksearch. If it is logical I will
remember it, otherwise (unless it is something I heavily use) I won't.
On 1/25/06, Aleem Juma <aleem.juma@...> wrote:
> Wow - I never thought someone might actually want a shortcut for 4
> keys, the first three of which are hardly a stretch! With my left
> little finger on Ctrl, and the F and V keys being *ADJACENT* (and your
> left forefinger is more than likely to be about a centimeter or less
> away from F), my right hand needs to move only a centimeter or two to
> hit the Enter key... Even the "shortcut" Ctrl-F3 requires me to
> contort my left wrist and lift my arm (phew - getting tired even
> THINKING about it!)
> PS: I'm not really this lazy, just trying to highlight a potentially
> moot use of shortcuts here!
> On 24/01/06, xof <xofm1@...> wrote:
> > Place the cursor inside the word who want to search, then press CTRL + F3.
> > This will lead you to the next occurrence of the word. Then you can go on to
> > the next by pressing F3. To go backwards, use SHIFT + F3
> > Christophe
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