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Wed May 9 04:15:10 PDT 2012

the find combobox." [1], it seems that we can now use F3 to "find
next". And we also have Ctrl+G introduced by Cameron Paul [2]. Of
course, with Shift+F3 / Ctrl+Shift+G you will get "find previous".

I checked this in Writer and Calc, and it works as expected. Anyway, I
am thinking of the context appeared when the mouse is over three icons
in findbar.

Currently, the context appeared is as follows:
* Find Next
* Find Previous
* Find & Replace (Control+H)

The question is, do we have to show the shortcut keys for the first
two buttons (like in the 3rd button)?

IIUC, in the Find & Replace button, the shortcut key is shown
dynamically (ie, we didn't hardcode it in the string), right? and is
this also possible with the find next / previous buttons? If yes,
which shortcut should we show, between Ctrl+G and F3?


This feature will be available in 3.6 :-)
Best Regards,
Korrawit Pruegsanusak

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