Using "undo", after find and replace in multiple files, should undo in ALL files.

Murray Nuttall 8 years ago updated by Didi 4 years ago 1
If I do a find and replace across multiple files in a directory or selection and want to undo, ctrl+z, should undo the change in ALL files.

Otherwise I have to close all files and start again.

Great idea. However mapping ctrl+z to this feature is not a good idea since that will change the expected behavior of ctrl+z.

I suggest just creating the feature as a separate function and let everyone decide the short command for themselves.