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F15 to search backwards, vs. F16 to search forwards
I can search/find forward in a spool file, for example, but it would be nice to be able to search/find backward as well.
I see F14=Find options, F16=Find; looks like F15=Find prev would fit nicely on spool files and physical file searches
Searching for something in a spool file of a joblog, for example. There might be many repetitions of it. Pressing <F16=Find> many times and...shucks! I phit F16 one too many times and went right past it. If I could search backwards, I'd go right back to it. Instead, I have to guess how many lines I might have gone past it, then search forward again.
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