I've several times been tripped up by the wording of the options in Thunderbird's Quick Search box-- specifically, in choosing between the options "Entire Message" and "Find in Message". It's not that I don't understand the difference between the two options-- I realize that "entire message" searches for text in all messages in a folder, while "find in message" searches only the active message. Still, I always have to think about which is the proper option to select, because the names are so similar-- and I'm an experienced TB user; I imagine it's likely even more puzzling to new users who aren't experienced with Thunderbird. The addition of a single word would make the distinction much clearer-- namely, changing the latter option to read "Find In This Message", like its corresponding item in Edit-Find.
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