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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Variable Reference >

new-search-delay: preference variable

Default value: 250

In commands that present a list of choices and automatically search through the list when you type text, Epsilon uses this variable to determine how long a delay must transpire between keystrokes to signal the start of new search text. The delay is in .01 second units. For example, if you type "c", then immediately "o", Epsilon will move to the first entry in the list that starts with "co". But if you pause for more than new-search-delay before typing "o", Epsilon begins a new search string and goes to the first entry that starts with "o".

Currently only the edit-variables command does this kind of searching.



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