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1) cmd + f -> options -> case sensitive
2) do your stuff.
3) cmd + f again, case sensitive no longer checked. :(
This is a feature - case sensitivity is automatically set based on whether or not you actually type a capital letter. As such there are two options we can take:
1) Turn off auto-enabling/disabling case sensitivity. This would hten become an option you manually enable/disable
2) Disable the option to manually specify sensitivity and leave it being automatic.
This is also inconsistent with the behaviour of the Find in Files dialog.
Copy VS.net. :)
VS.NET copied us, closing that one as feature.