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Earlier versions of BBEdit may not have been able to do this, but as of version 11, this is possible via: Preferences -> Editing -> Highlight instances of selected text Do note that the "free version" of BBEdit, called "TextWrangler", doesn't have this feature (it seems to be one of a number of items reserved for TextWrangler's big brother to ...


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Ok, found a workaround. Apparently there are two different modes of search: - Incremental search (cmd–i), and - Find (cmd-f) cmd-i does exactly what I need, so I switched shortcuts in my Preferences->Key Bindings (User) from: { "keys": ["super+i"], "command": "show_panel", "args": {"panel": "incremental_find", "reverse":false} }, { "keys": ...


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In addition to @Tim's answer, but also with input from this message on TextMate's mailing list , one can create the following one-key shortcut: ( { command = 'selectWord:'; }, { command = 'copySelectionToFindPboard:'; }, { command = 'findAllInSelection:'; }, ) I assigned this to Command-A, and it works quite nicely, highlighting all ...



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