Highlight All Occurrences doesn't work on class names in CSS

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duncandanger
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Highlight All Occurrences doesn't work on class names in CSS

Post by duncandanger » Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:22 am

Highlight All Occurrences doesn't work on class names in CSS. Simple as that.

I understand that by design it selects the whole word before highlighting and that class names start with a full stop which is not included in the selection, presumably because they're not really considered as a character within a word, but then it should highlight the other instances ignoring the full stop but it doesn't. Manually including the full stop in the selection causes the button to disappear!

It's a small bug but it's an incredibly annoying one when you're a hand coder like myself and would like to quickly highlight all occurrences of a class.

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