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Search WSL

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 5:46 pm
by AndrewHazelden

Quickly search for answers on WSL using the "Edit > Search WSL" menu item, or the Shift+Control+F (Win/Linux) or Shift+Command+F (macOS) hotkey.

Screenshot

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Changelog


v1 2019-5-28 Initial version

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  1. Atom {
  2.     Name = "Search WSL",
  3.     Category = "Scripts/We Suck Less",
  4.     Author = "Andrew Hazelden",
  5.     Version = 1,
  6.     Date = {2019, 5, 28},
  7.     Description = [[<p>Quickly search for answers on WSL using the "Edit &gt; Search WSL" menu item, or the Shift+Control+F (Win/Linux) or Shift+Command+F (macOS) hotkey.</p>]],
  8.     Deploy = {
  9.         "Config/Search WSL.fu",
  10.         "Scripts/Comp/Andrew Hazelden/Search WSL.lua",
  11.     },
  12. }
  13.  

Zipped Atom Package

com.AndrewHazelden.SearchWSL.zip

Re: Search WSL

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 7:30 pm
by JUNE

@AndrewHazelden so cool!
It would be better if you could search directly for 'Enter'.


Re: Search WSL

Posted: Wed May 29, 2019 8:07 am
by Tory
Interesting... @AndrewHazelden newbie question... how does one install a package like this?

Re: Search WSL

Posted: Wed May 29, 2019 10:49 am
by AndrewHazelden
Tory wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 8:07 am
Interesting... @AndrewHazelden newbie question... how does one install a package like this?
It will be available as a 1 click install in Reactor shortly.

If you want to try it out now, you could download the file "com.AndrewHazelden.SearchWSL.zip" and unzip it.
Place the "Config/Search WSL.fu" file into your "Config:/" PathMap folder to add the menu entry and hotkey.
And then place the "Scripts/Comp/Andrew Hazelden/Search WSL.lua" file in a "Scripts:/Comp/Andrew Hazelden/" PathMap based folder (which you have to create).

Re: Search WSL  [SUBMITTED]

Posted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 3:32 pm
by SecondMan
And available in Reactor! :cheer:

Note: after careful consideration, Andrew and I have decided that Search WSL should become part of the Forum Utilities Atom :)

So look for Forum Utilities in Reactor and Search WSL shall be yours!