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Search as you type
Use this IdeaSpace to post ideas about the Notes Client.
Narrow documents in a view to match what a user types into the search box, just like for example in iTunes.
(14 Oct 2009)
Do you mean that the contents of the first column is used to select these documents?
(14 Oct 2009)
I mean the contents of any column.
One could argue whether full text should be included but I think this might be too confusing for the user in this case.
(05 Jan 2010)
@2 so not a FT search, but a keyboard-based Ctrl+F search, or a sorted column impromptu search instead? I understand the concept of visually clearing a document set akin to an impromptu filter...but it can be much easier in iTunes due to the record-size being fixed and smaller than what Notes documents can achieve (for content).
Seems that this feature would only be effective if the filtering process is quick.
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