Find window taksbar

When I do a "Find" (Ctrl-F) the Find window pops open on top of the source code window. (BTW, I have the app maximized.)

In v1.1 it was jus the right width so that you could easily click the 'x' on the far right to close the window. I assume in v2.0 you added more options because now the 'x' is invisible. To make if visible I really have to scrunch up my Project window (which I have open to the left of the source code).

Not sure if you can do anything about this, but it seems that a "Find" window should be able to be closed without having to resize a window to make the 'x' visible, and then resize the window back to where you had it. Perhaps remove some of the choices? (Which are: Case Sensitive, Match Whole Words Only, Regex, In Comments, In Literals).

Other than that, I'm really liking version 2.0.

Thanks a lot,
Larry

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Hello Larry,

Thanks for your feedback!

The new options (In Comments and In Literals) weren't really supposed to
be shown in the Find toolbar (they're only relevant in the Find in Path dialog),
so we'll remove them in RubyMine 2.0.1.

When I do a "Find" (Ctrl-F) the Find window pops open on top of the
source code window. (BTW, I have the app maximized.)

In v1.1 it was jus the right width so that you could easily click the
'x' on the far right to close the window. I assume in v2.0 you added
more options because now the 'x' is invisible. To make if visible I
really have to scrunch up my Project window (which I have open to the
left of the source code).

Not sure if you can do anything about this, but it seems that a "Find"
window should be able to be closed without having to resize a window
to make the 'x' visible, and then resize the window back to where you
had it. Perhaps remove some of the choices? (Which are: Case
Sensitive, Match Whole Words Only, Regex, In Comments, In Literals).

Other than that, I'm really liking version 2.0.

Thanks a lot,
Larry
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I just hit 'Esc' to remove the window, no need to find the x button then.

John

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Thanks Dmitry for the info and John for the tip!

-- Larry

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