Visual Studio 2012 is missing the option to 'Hide Find and Replace window after a match is located for Quick Find or Quick Replace'. This option was in Visual Studio 2008, under Environment / Find and Replace, and when turned on it immediately removes the Quick Find or Quick Replace window and returns focus to the editor (this was the default behavior in earlier versions of VS if I remember correctly).In VS 2012 it seems you have no option but to manually return focus to the editor, which is clumsy and difficult to adjust to after using previous versions of Visual Studio for so long.
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