Public bug reported:

Steps to reproduce:

In Evolution, open any email by double-clicking on it (so that the email
appears in a separate window). Press Ctrl-Shift-F to bring up a search
box at the bottom of the screen (allowing you to search for words in an
email). Type in a word that appears at least three times in the email,
and press Return, then start using the "Previous" and "Next" buttons
next to it.

Expected behaviour: the "Next" button jumps to the next occurrence of
that word in the email; the "Previous" button jumps to the previous
occurrence of that word in the email.

Actual behaviour: the "Next" button acts as expected, but the "Previous"
button acts identically to the "Next" button, moving to the next (rather
than previous) occurrence of that word in the email.

** Affects: evolution (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  "previous" button in Evolution's in-message search box finds the next
  match, not the previous match

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