Clicking the little blue arrow button at the right-hand side of the Search Phrase
Text Editor causes the Search Phrases stored in the databases to be displayed in a
drop list. This list is
made up by
contents of the
Common Phrase List
and the User
The User Database
stores Search Phrases
defined by you, the user. As you enter Search Phrases, you have the option of
adding them or removing them to your User Phrase List Database by clicking on
’ buttons accordingly (see
Search Phrases that are set to be case-sensitive will appear in the drop list prefixed
with a “§” symbol, which is technically a section-symbol, but sort of looks like a ‘c’
and ‘s’ combined for “case sensitive”.
Search Phrases that are set the be accent-sensitive will appear in the drop list
prefixed with a “¤” symbol, which is technically a currency-sign, but think foreign
currency and you'll think of foreign characters and accent marks and “accent
Search Phrases that are set the be Excluded Phrases will appear in the drop list
prefixed with a “ ” symbol, which is a not-an-element-of symbol. Think of
Excluded Phrases meaning “Search Results that aren't an element of”.
These special symbols are also used on the Window Open Search Windows
Menu list to show what active Search Windows you have opened, identifying them
by the Search Phrases in the corresponding Search Window. In that list, you will
also see the “¬” symbol, which is the not-sign, and means the Search Phrase is
Just like the Auto-Completer Drop Lists in the Search Phrase Text, the Phrase List
Drop List text can be selected by pressing Enter or clicking it with the mouse. You
can dismiss the drop list by pressing Escape.
Unlike the regular word Auto-Completer Drop List which only replaces the current
word in the editor, the Phrase List Drop List entry will replace the entire editor
content when selected.