There is the older power tip page Using Bookmarks
. But that is not all. Press Alt+F3
to open the regular Find
window and look also on Quick Find versus Find and how to customize the usage of both (Ctrl+F behavior)
. Click on the gearwheel button to get displayed the advanced find options. There are the options you would like to use like Highlight all items found
, List lines containing string
, Filter lines
and last but not least Bookmark matching lines
. Press key F1
to get displayed the help page for the Find
window explaining all options and buttons.
Once there are bookmarked lines, click in ribbon mode on second ribbon tab Home
in fourth group Bookmarks
on the first item Bookmarks
(text or down arrow, not the graphic symbol) and a popup menu opens with seven commands. I think, they are self-explaining. There is on ribbon tab Layout
in the second group Views
also the check box item Bookmarks
. Check this item to get the Bookmark Viewer
window opened and right click into this window to open the context menu with the bookmark related commands.
I suggest to try also the Find
options List lines containing string
and Filter lines
and use the context menu of the Find String List
window opened automatically on using the option List lines containing string
by right clicking into this window. There is on third ribbon tab Edit
in first group Select and delete
in popup menu of third item Delete
the command Delete all hidden lines
which can be used after running a Find
with Filter lines
checked and Show
selected to show only the lines containing a searched string or hide all lines containing the searched string and get displayed all other lines.
What is not possible directly with a command in comparison to what was listed by you is toggling the bookmarks on all lines. But I am quite sure that once you get familiar with all the features UltraEdit offers for working quickly with many lines in a file like a log file, you will not miss that command of TextPad.
It is of course also possible to record or write an UltraEdit macro or write an UltraEdit script to do something quickly with files which must be done frequently, i.e. reformatting or filtering log files or copy lines of a file to new file(s).