keyboard shortcut for search history dropdown list - removed?

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Prior to 2017.1 it was possible to access the search history list with keyboard shortcuts. The combinations were:

To search within the current file: cmd + f, then up/down arrows 

To search in the entire project:  cmd + shift + f then shift (or option?) + up/down arrows

The mentioned combinations above allowed moving the cursor thru the history list, and it was possible to select the searched token and run the search with no mouse interaction.

With the new 2017.1 version, neither combinations has this effect. I've searched keyboard shortcuts for that functionality (under preferences) but couldn't find any.

Were the "search from history" keyboard shortcut removed altogether? 

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It does, how awesome! thanks @Serge

if I may, how can I find similar shortcuts myself?
I looked in Preferences -> Kemap for "search" or "history" tokens, didn't find the Ctrl+H combo, which gets me to think I'm looking in the wrong place

 

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There is a popup hint:

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Intuitive enough :)

I guess there's no way to customize the key binding for this one?

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No, but it may appear in the future updates, there is a plan to unify it since it has different shortcuts in different dialogs.

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makes sense. Thanks!

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