Finding Files by Name
Use the fuzzy search for file names to find and open a file by typing characters that are in the name of the file or path. This searches the current folder and its subfolders.
A sophisticated scoring algorithm orders the search results, so you’ll find the most likely match on the top of the list. Consecutive character matches, acronyms, and matching file extensions get a higher score.
If you are looking for a file named
ABSyntaxParser.h, try searching for the acronym “absp” or for “sp.h” and it will most likely appear at the top of the list.