How does the search function work in the web IDE?

I hit ctrl+f and search the word “Jog”(it’s in there a lot) but I don’t know how to go to the next instance of Jog. so I can see if it is anywhere else. I noticed it is boxed in(sometimes) but it is hard to see the box around all the instances when scrolling though I feel like if the IDE search function wasn’t there it would be easier to us the Chrome browser search since it is highlight orange and yellow. Is there a better way built in or is that just the way it is?.

I may have chosen the wrong category. I’m not sure what one is the right one for IDE problems.

Thanks! :slightly_smiling_face:

The search feature is all but ideal in Web IDE.

But after the first Ctrl+F you hit Ctrl+G to get the next instance.
However, as soon you start editing that search session ends and you have to start over again, no “re-search” after that :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

Unfortunately Chrome search doesn’t help either since it only searches the visible portion of your code.
You can try that out by searching via the Search … menu or via Ctrl+G without Ctrl+F before hand.


That would be what I was looking for. Thanks!

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BTW, I just stumbled over this list of hot-keys

Most of them work in Web IDE too