Regarding the new find in files features, specifically "Open Files and Open Folders may be added separately to the Find in Files panel" but it's actually been like it since the "replace" feature was added I think, how do I search in just certain file types in all folders.
Basically what I want to do a lot it just search through *.php files in the current project.
Before I'd select "" in "where" and ".php" in "files" (or whatever it was called). Now I can do ".php" which appears to do nothing, or I can do "" which searches all files in the project.
I no longer know how to limit find in files to just .php in the project. It appears that anything that goes in "where" is now an "or"-type filter. As such, something like ",.php" searches all files in open folders and then presumably any open files that have php as an extension (although I really don't know what typing in ".php" to "where" does, I'm guessing here - and actually I'm wrong because if I have a js file and a php file open, and type ".php" into "where" it says "searching 0 files" so whop knows what that does). I've even tried "/*.php" and "*.php" to no avail.
Am I missing something obvious regarding file filtering or has the feature been removed?
Actually I've just noticed another interesting thing:
If you type ".php," into "where" it says "searching 0 files". So I have a feeling my idea of ",.php" is correct for what I want, but the filtering is broken.
Sorry for the rambling post, hopefully it makes sense.