Author roger.serwy
Recipients Kuchinsky, Todd.Rovito, roger.serwy, terry.reedy
Date 2013-04-08.02:12:49
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Update for what I wrote in msg185101: The behavior introduced in #13052 which kept the replace dialog open has been reverted by #17625. 

There ought to be consistency across the different find/replace dialogs. The replace dialog closes when clicking "close" or "replace all" if there are replacements to be made. Otherwise, clicking "find" in the replace dialog keeps it open.

Other editors, such as Geany, Eclipse, Window's Notepad, and Wordpad, keep their find dialogs open when clicking "Find (Next)". Some of those programs still have a "find next" menu item.

I am in support of letting the find dialog remain open, and possibly relabeling the button to say "find next" instead.
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