This is a fork of atom find-and-replace 0.215.5. It modifies the normal Replace action/button and adds a Replace And Find action/button.
NOTE: You should disable the built-in find-and-replace package.
It makes the normal Replace action/button stay at the current cursor after a replace and not move to the next find. This allows you to see how the Replace action changes your text, which is particularly helpful for regex replaces. It also adds a Replace And Find action/button to do a replace and move to the next found item.
Using the shortcut cmd-f (Mac) or ctrl-f (Windows and Linux).
Using the shortcut cmd-shift-f (Mac) or ctrl-shift-f (Windows and Linux).
If you need access the marker layer containing result markers for a given editor, use the
firstname.lastname@example.org service. The service exposes one method,
resultsMarkerLayerForTextEditor, which takes a
TextEditor and returns a
TextEditorMarkerLayer that you can interact with. Keep in mind that any work you do in synchronous event handlers on this layer will impact the performance of find and replace.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.