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Find replace text too tiny

Steve Lombardi 8 years ago updated by rlsx 8 months ago 4
I can't read it, and clicking in the right place to edit is way hard. 

Related, it would be nice if that panel was enlarge-able.

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Textastic currently uses the default OS X find/replace interface that is provided by the system. You can find the same UI in TextEdit for example. I can't change the font size.

I plan to implement my own find/replace UI in order to add regular expression search. I'll keep the font size in mind when I do that.

Alex,

It appears to me from reading your response to the problem with Mac's text size being too small, that you come across as not giving a hoot about solving the problem. The text is too small... way too small. Come on man, we faithful Mac customers need help.

~ron knight

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As far as I know there is literally nothing I can do to change this system-provided NSTextFinder UI (see https://developer.apple.com/documentation/appkit/nstextfinder).

For example, I'm typing this in Safari and its website search UI uses the exact same control size as Textastic.

I would have to implement my own interface from scratch to change that (which I might do in the future to support regular expressions which the system UI cannot do).

And when, WHEN, are you going to implement regular expression search?