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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, or make your filter case-sensitive. Filtering does not delete any output lines, so you can clear the filter to go back to the original output.
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 an input field and two buttons.
- 2.Type in the input to filter the block. Only lines containing text that matches the filter query will be shown.
- 3.(Optional) Click on either the regex or case sensitivity buttons to enable.
Filter a block's output.
You can also toggle a filter on/off by:
- 1.Using the keybinding (
OPT-SHIFT-Fby default) to toggle filtering on the selected or latest block
Toggle Block Filterin 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.
Toggle a block filter on/off.