Usage tips for new v6 features
You'll really want to turn on the hidden features.
Once you enable the hidden features, go to Detailed Setup -> Customize, scroll all the way down & enable the Quick Filter and One Touch Search options. (Or use the Options command while using any of the media browsers.)
Now, while viewing lists of items, you can just start typing text or numbers to filter the list down to just those items matching what you are spelling -- similar to predictive text, though it isn't truly predictive from any sort of dictionary behind the scenes. Use the Stop command to delete a letter, or switch to another browser view & back to clear the entire filter.
And, while using a browser's search screen, NTE entry (type some numbers) will do a similar search w/a single press of each number, matching anything that matches the letters from that number.
Try it out & see what you think.
And, I would like to thank nielm for the idea and some sample code that was used as the basis for this filtering.
OK, that required the hidden features to be turned on, but here's a shortcut for quickly switching from one browser view to another: use the FF2, REW2, Smooth FF, and Smooth REW commands to change the current view (the bar near the top of the screen) w/o having to select the icons for view changing.
You can also use the mouse to click on any of the visible views to switch to that one, or click on the current view for a complete list to choose from.
Don't forget to use the Options command to customize your browser layout a bit.
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