A foolish 'undo' Behaviour of TXS

Jhering
2012-11-19
2012-11-19
  • Jhering
    Jhering
    2012-11-19

    I can't understood how foolish a software could like TXS using such an 'undo' behaviour.

    If I use 'replace all',eg: It finds 10000 matched items and replaces them all.
    Then I have some issues and have to undo the 'replace all' right now.
    Then I have to Ctrl+Z for 10000 times!!10000 times!!10000 times!!

    There is no another way to undo the whole 'replace all' all in one time.

    Oh no, don't tell me I should use 'replace all' again, if I
    replace all the '1' in '010101110110011' to '0'
    how could i use 'replace all' again to make it back to original version?

    All the tex editors and text editors I have used don't fool like TXS on this point. But it can stop I describing TXS still the best tex editor I have ever used.
    Could you improve this?