Find all in current document not working in Notepad++ 7.7 version



  • I have just upgraded to Notepad ++ 7.7 after upgrading I found that Find all in current document is not working . Now two panes are got getting opened.
    What is suggestion here.



  • @suruchi-sinha said:

    I have just upgraded to Notepad ++ 7.7 after upgrading I found that Find all in current document is not working . Now two panes are got getting opened.
    What is suggestion here.

    It is working for me, in v7.7 64-bit:

    My guess (you didn’t give much info) is that the Find Results window is not properly docked, and is floating off-screen or behind some other application window. This recent thread gave instructions to help find the window. Combining @andrecool-68’s suggestions with mine:

    1. Hit F7 (aka Search > Search Results Window) to try to bring the Find Results window into the foreground. If it’s docked in the Notepad++ window, it will show that docked window (similar to the end of my movie). If it’s not docked, it will bring the dialog window to the foreground… If you cannot see it, progress to step 2:
    2. Hit Alt+SPACEBAR, which should open up the FindResults title-bar-menu. If it opens the Notepad++ title-bar-menu instead, click in Notepad++ window again, and hit F7 again, then hit Alt+SPACEBAR again.
    3. It should bring up your normal Restore / Move / Size / Minimize / Maximize window – even if you cannot see it.
    4. If you are in an English-US locale with standard English-US keyboard, you should be able to hit M at this point to “move” the window. If you are in a different language, or have a different keyboard, you may have to use whatever keyboard shortcut is appropriate for “move” in your language.
    5. After hitting the Move keyboard shortcut, move your mouse to the center of your Notepad++ window and click. That should bring the Find Results dialog into your active screen.
    6. Now you can grab the title bar with your mouse, and drag it to the appropriate edge of the Notepad++ GUI to get it to dock.

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