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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open or create any application.
2. Open any .cs file.
3. Set breakpoint.
4. Debug the application.
5. Open View->Debug Window->Call Stack.
6. Try to search in Call Stack(Focus in call stack and then type '/')
Actual result: no sears text box apear in call stack window after pressing '/'
Expected Result: User should able to search in call stack window.
X.S 4.2.4(build 21)
This issue was working fine with XS 4.0.9(build 3) as mentioned in same Issue Bug 12109
this seems like possibly a bug in gtk because the GtkTreeView has search enabled, I've set a search column and supplied a search callback.
I can confirm it doesn't work but I can't figure out why. Maybe gtk doesn't think the treeview is focused even though I've clicked inside the treeview first?
I'm also tempted to just close this because I honestly don't think anyone truly cares about this feature. No one except people used to the way gtk works would even be able to figure out how to do this.