dmex wrote: Eran wrote:
It would be nice to have the option to display in the status bar the "line count" (couldn't think of a better name) for the current tab. So if for example I searched for chrome and I have 20 instances running then I will see line count = 20 in the processes tab and if it has a 100 connections open, I'll see line count = 100 in the network tab.
Something like this? (It's hacky and might only be made available as a patch)
Yes, that's exactly what I meant. Showing the number of visible processes/services/connections according to the current tab
What's hacky about it? I'm not familiar with the code, but isn't there a simple way to count the visible items in the code that decides which lines to show?
By the way the count is off by one in both pictures. In the first picture have 11 visible processes and not 10 like listed. In the second picture it's 18 instead of 17.
Add support for multiple search terms. This is useful when you want to monitor several processes at the same time. For example if you want to monitor chrome and firefox, you could enter "chrome;firefox".
Use a space instead of the semicolon for example "chrome firefox"
I've updated the Search commands reference with some examples of multiple queries: http://processhacker.sourceforge.net/fo ... 3563#p3563
I tried it now and I noticed that you can enter up to 24 characters in the search field. For one process that should be enough, but for several processes, it might be too limiting (e.g. imagine you want to monitor 5 pids and each is 5 digits, you already went over the maximum length). Is there a reason that the limit is needed? If the limit is needed (e.g. for some performance issue), is it possible to add the option to increase it?
Add support for regex so you will have more fine grained control on what results are returned. I suggest that this will be controlled some how (maybe checkbox), so that users can still use the simple filter terms without needing to escape special regex literals etc.
I'll look into this...