In the “Find what” box I entered two spaces, and one in the “Replace with” (to search and fix accidental occurrences of double spaces).
When I launched the search, the program started by finding every single character in my translation, i.e., it was stopping at every character, whether it was a space (let alone a double space) or not.
When I closed the “Find options” pane the search behaved as expected.
When the “Find options” pane is closed, all the options you have chosen there no longer seem to apply. You can verify this yourself:
- With the “Find options” pane expanded, select “Match case”.
- In the “Find what” box enter an upper case letter (no matter which, so long as it is present in your translation.
- Launch the search.
The program will behave correctly, finding only instances of the upper case letter you searched for.
- Without changing anything else (i.e., don’t deselect the “Match case” box), close the “Find options” pane.
- Launch the search again.
The program will now find every single instance of the letter, both upper and lower case.