https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=125974

BottleOnTheGround <notebook22...@gmail.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEEDINFO                    |NEW

--- Comment #7 from BottleOnTheGround <notebook22...@gmail.com> ---
(Answer to Commment #6 from Dieter Praas)
>You can search in comments with the toolbar, if you disable comments in Edit 
>=> Find & Replace. So I assume, that this option is enabled in your version 
>6.0.7.3.

Opposite logic:
You can ENable comments within the "Find & Replace" dialog. After ENabling it
there, you can search within comments.

The option for searching in comments should not be hidden inside the Find &
Replace dialog. I suggest a UI change.
Should I create a new bug for that or can we go on in here?


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Reproduction log for searching in comments
@Version 6.4.0.0.alpha0+
===============================================

A Document contains a comment with content "comment".

--1--
1) Ctrl + F 
2) Type "comment"
3) Keep "Page" in the combo box to the right
4) Enter
❌result: does not find "comment".

--2--
1) Ctrl + F 
2) Type "comment"
3) Set combo box to the right to "Comment"
4) Enter
❌result: does not find "comment".

--3--
1) Ctrl + F 
2) Type "comment"
3) Set combo box to the right to "Comment"
4) Click the arrows next to the combo box to the right
❌result: writer steps to every comment, regardless of its content.

--4--
1) Menu -> Edit -> Find & Replace 
2) Type "comment"
3) click button "find next"
❌result: does not find "comment".

--5--
1) Menu -> Edit -> Find & Replace 
2) Type "comment"
3) Activate Checkbox "comments"
4) click button "find next"
✅result: finds "comment".

--6--
1) Menu -> Edit -> Find & Replace 
2) Activate Checkbox "comments"
3) close dialog
4) Type "comment"
5) Keep "Page" in the combo box to the right
6) Enter
✅result: finds "comment" as expected.



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(Answer to Comment #3 from raal)
> also be sure, you're using search buttons on the right
As stated above, they are not search buttons.
However, regardless of their function, hitting the enter key should end up in
the desired behaviour.

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