#7 Found keyword highlighting

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nobody
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2006-03-13
2006-03-12
No

It would help a lot if after a searchh, thee keyword
that was searched for could be highlighted in the text.
That way, we do nnot have to read the whole page to see
where the keyword we searched for is at.

Discussion

  • Lorenzo Statie

    Lorenzo Statie - 2006-03-12

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    I am a Mac OSX user and like the progrmam you have wwwritten.

     
  • Razvan Cojocaru

    Razvan Cojocaru - 2006-03-13
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  • Razvan Cojocaru

    Razvan Cojocaru - 2006-03-13

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    That's not going to happen because it's too time-consuming
    to do that with wxHtmlWindow. But you can do it in two steps:

    1. Search for your word in the search panel.

    2. Select a result, load the corresponding page and then use
    Ctrl-F to look for your word in the page. The search-in-page
    feature does highlight the word once it finds it.

     
  • Razvan Cojocaru

    Razvan Cojocaru - 2006-03-13

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    That's not going to happen because it's too time-consuming
    to do that with wxHtmlWindow. But you can do it in two steps:

    1. Search for your word in the search panel.

    2. Select a result, load the corresponding page and then use
    Ctrl-F to look for your word in the page. The search-in-page
    feature does highlight the word once it finds it.

     

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