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Case sensitive find desn't work, Finding text inside editor doesn't take care if you set Match Case or not.

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Hello!

I've just discovered a potential bug in the editor.
Basically, when you search (Ctrl+F) for a literal with Match Case checkbox set the editor will consider it as unchecked, that is it performs an insensitive search.

How to reproduce the problem:
1) Open an asm file in the editor.
2) Ensure (or write) the content file has more than the same word written with different
cases. For example, "main", "Main", and "MAIN" etc.
3) Click Ctrl+F and write in the combo box ( of the Find dialog ) the word you're searching, for example "MAIN".
4) Ensure the Match Case checkbox is set.
5) Ensure the Direction group box is set to All.
6) Click the Find Next button.
7) Continue the search clicking on F3 keyboard button.

Thank you!

WinAsm v5.1.8.8

UPDATE: I've fixed some English errors in my post, sorry :)
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