PowerShell Studio: Disabling the "Find reached the starting point of the search"

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Jehoschua
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PowerShell Studio: Disabling the "Find reached the starting point of the search"

Post by Jehoschua »

Good evening

After this post, I'll go to sleep and stop posting usability wishes :-).

If you think about enhancing the search function (I've added some wishes before),
then please allow us to disable the workflow-breaking "Find reached the starting point of the search" popup.

(I thought that this information would be helpful, too, but it just disturb and we never need this explicit information in other editors)

Thanks a lot in advance,
kind regards,
Thomas

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Alexander Riedel
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Re: PowerShell Studio: Disabling the "Find reached the starting point of the search"

Post by Alexander Riedel »

I am sorry to hear this disturbs your workflow. "... but it just disturb and we never need this explicit information in other editors" I am a bit puzzled as to who "we" is here. :D
If you don't hit that break, you can go around a few times in a larger file before you notice and that for sure will cramp your workflow.
At any rate, no one else has ever found that disruptive, so I am going with a no on that one.
Alexander Riedel
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.

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AkrosIT
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Re: PowerShell Studio: Disabling the "Find reached the starting point of the search"

Post by AkrosIT »

Good morning,
it's a real pity because there is almost no work to allow us to enable / disable this (useless) notification.

If I talk about us (plural), then it's because I discuss such strange (because it's not usual in profesisonal IDEs and Editors) behavior with my colleagues; we're about 60, mostly senior developers.

Btw. I'me the only one which uses PowerShell Studio, because my rating is: "Its very useful for debugging and annyoing for editing because of some small missing features which senior developers expect."

We use IntelliJ, Eclipse, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code and mostly Notepad++ for simple tasks.

Many little things in life are what make us happy... or are annoing :)

Kind regards, Thomas

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Alexander Riedel
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Re: PowerShell Studio: Disabling the "Find reached the starting point of the search"

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Funny, all the editors I tested just now do indicate the wrap. But anyway, I will forward your opinion.
Alexander Riedel
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.

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