Joplin 2.12.18 on Mac 14.0.
Using command-F, I can search my notes; when word is found, the "find and replace" box opens. But when I hover over the previous/next arrows ^, I see the universal "no" symbol (circle with slash). I do have the option to replace, but I don't see a way to go to next instance of search word.
Anyone know why I can't click on "next" arrow? (To the right of search word field, looks like a "V.")
There should be a "Find" button at the bottom of the dialog. For me, clicking that (or pressing Enter) activates the next/previous buttons.
It would make sense for pressing "next"/"previous" to do the same thing as "Find" the first time they're pressed, though!
Thanks for the reply. I do have the Find button.
My find next arrow does work in a single note, just like your video. But when I'm searching all notes, I can search for one word, but then, when I hover over the down/next arrow, instead of the finger icon as in your video, I get the "no" symbol (circle with a line through it).
Searching a single note, like I said, works fine, I can hit the down arrow to find next instance.
When you get here :
*... when word is found, the "find and replace" box opens. But when I hover over the previous/next arrows ^, I see the universal "no" symbol ... *
just hit enter and the arrows do what you need them to do.
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