Block Filtering

Quickly filter and focus on a subset of a block.

Filter the output lines of a block in Warp to quickly focus on a subset of the block. You can filter by plaintext, regex, invert, or make your filter case-sensitive. You can also add context lines to view output around matches. Filtering does not delete any output lines, so you can clear the filter to go back to the original output.

How to filter a block

To apply a filter to a block:

  1. Click on the filter icon in the top right corner of a block. A filter editor will appear with a large input field with two buttons on the left and a smaller input field on the right.

  2. Type in the input to filter the block in the left input field. Only lines containing text that matches the filter query will be shown.

  3. (Optional) Click on the regex, case sensitive search, or invert filter buttons to enable.

  4. (Optional) Type a number in the right input field to add context lines around matched lines.

You can also toggle a filter by:

  • Using the keybinding OPT-SHIFT-F by default to toggle filtering on the selected or latest block

  • Selecting Toggle Block Filter in the block context menu

Toggling a filter on a block without a filter applied will open the filter editor. If you toggle a filter off, the same filter will be applied if you toggle filtering on again.

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