in Site Manager, can't search for site beginning with repeated letter
|Reported by:||Estelle||Owned by:|
|Component version:||3.12.02||Operating system type:||Linux|
|Operating system version:||Fedora 22|
on Linux (at least) when FileZilla is compiled against GTK3 (at least), searching the sites listed in Site Manager by typing the beginning of the site name does not work if the site name begins with a repeated letter. (presumably this affects repeated letters mid-string, too.)
Let's say your site list consists of the following (and you start with "aa" selected):
if you type "ssa" the result SHOULD be selecting "ssabcdefg", but instead it lands on "sa" ...
more specfically, when you type the first "s", the highlight moves to "sa" (as it should); when you type the second "s", the highlight moves to "sb" (the next entry starting with "s", rather than the entry starting with "ss"); and then when you type the "a", the highlight moves back to "sa". it seems that the search function ignores repeated letters :-(
Yes, this happens regardless of how quickly you type "ssa".
I am pretty sure this worked correctly in the past (specifically, I believe it worked correctly in Fedora 20, the last time FileZilla was compiled against GTK2 in that distro).
The search functionality is important when the site list includes hundreds.