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Cursor  Enable Search on Object Name in Lists

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Enhancement Completed Medium Sat 9th Feb 2013 9 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.29 Sun 17th Feb 2019 5.0.36 Sun 17th Feb 2019 Log In
 
LazzahSat 9th Feb 2013 11:48
Being able to search for objects by typing the first letter of the object name would make find objects within lists MUCH faster.
 
saabieFri 20th Dec 2013 04:02
The popup menu for item functions lets you type part of the name and removes from the list any that dont match.
The drop-down lists should work the same way, when you type one letter the list only shows names with that first letter, typing 2 letters trims it back to only names starting with those 2 letters, and so on..
 
LazzahFri 20th Dec 2013 06:42
If I am adding an object to a restriction or action, the search only acts on the prefix, i.e. "a" "some" or "the".
 
CampbellSun 17th Feb 2019 21:47
Done.
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