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(one more thing... ;) , sorry)

The text search with cmd-F and cmd-G is effective and extremely fast and I like it as it is.

I'd only like an in some way brighter marking of the found string. IMO it's often difficult to see the highlighted string on a screen with a lot of text and colourful backgrounds.

Last edited by teorema67; 2006-04-29 at 12:47 AM..
The color of highlight is dependent upon your selection of the various colors in the appearance panel of the system preferences. It's a system wide thing, so the only way I know how to change it would be to change the color the system selects
Originally Posted by Flounder
It's a system wide thing...
Yes, that's why I'd like a more visible highlighting method, e. g. by making the found string - optionally - "boxed" (HyperCard stylish) or something else.

The system wide highlight colors usually are very pallid, and I don't want to change it because so much - also the OW tab frame color - dipends on it.

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