The Find menu includes various commands and dialogs to perform searching and finding text. The following commands are available:
Displays a dialog box allowing you to search for a string.
Repeats the last search command. You can use <Keypad-5>or <Shift-F5>as a shortcut.
Allows you to perform a search of one word which is near another word.
Displays a dialog box allowing you to perform an interface search and replace operation.
Lets you search all the currently loaded buffers for every occurrence of a string.
Search files on disk for all occurrences of a string.
File search and replace
Lets you perform a global search and replace operation on files.
Find matching brace
Move cursor to corresponding brace or bracket.
Find matching element
This function is similar to the Find Matching Brace command, but can be used on HTML/XML files to find a matching entity (either the close element, or opening element). For example, <PRE> … </PRE>.
Allows you to jump to a previously saved bookmark.
Dialog that lets you specify a line and/or column position to jump to.
Jump to definition of a function. To configure the tags, use the Options Tag Manager dialog.
Return to previous position before the last jump to tag command.
Allows you to search for a string dynamically as you are typing it in.