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Allegro CL version 9.0
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find-again-after-replace

Arguments: configuration

Returns the value of the find-again-after-replace property of configuration. The current development configuration is the value of (configuration *ide-system*) (see configuration and *ide-system*).

If this configuration property is turned on, then whenever the user does a replace operation in the in-lisp editor, the cursor will immediately be moved to the next occurrence of the find string (if there is one). This allows the user to see the next occurrence that they may want to change, without doing a separate find-again command. On the other hand, if only a single change is desired, then the cursor may annoyingly be moved to some arbitrary position later in the editor window after the single replace is done. This property may be turned off to avoid that behavior, in which case the cursor will remain at the replaced text after each replace operation.

find-again-after-replace is a property of the configuration class.


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Allegro CL version 9.0
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