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  1. When you update search parameters; I would like the search to auto-search without having to hit enter or search again. For example, if I change it from flex to exact, go ahead and run the search automatically. Or if a change in scope or range is made; go ahead and automatically run the search. Maybe this is too intensive for some machines? But, I think it may be a worthwhile improvement. Thanks in advance.
  2. I want to do an exact search for εἷς so that i don't get εις in the results. I know that i'm supposed to click the little magnifying glass at the left of the search field, and that at the bottom of the pop up I'll find a section entitled, "Search options", offering me the opportunity to choose either 'flex' or 'exact'. But this is grayed out and i can't choose it. Moreover, changing the option in my Preferences panel doesn't have any effect either. I want flex as my default, but how can i occasionally invoke exact? Why are the "search options" grayed out?
  3. Shalom all, I recall hearing the answer somewhere, but I simply don't have the time to search through all my files to find out the answer. I want to perform a word search for "Father" with an upper case "F" in the OT, but the exact word search looks for both upper and lower case. Help would be appreciated. Many thanks.
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