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 ### Search
 
-The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#search-panel">search panel</a> can be accessed in the JavaScript Debugger and DOM Inspector using <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>F</kbd> (<kbd>F3</kbd> on Mac, or <kbd>fn</kbd>+<kbd>F3</kbd> for keyboards that define OS functions to the function keys), or by clicking on the side panel labelled <q>search</q>. It is possible to navigate between results using <kbd>Enter</kbd> and <kbd>Shift</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>. The number of search matches along with the current hit number is shown as a badge inside the search field. The DOM Inspector and JavaScript Debugger both have custom search options. These are documented in the relevant chapter.
+The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#search-panel">search panel</a> can be accessed in the JavaScript Debugger and DOM Inspector using <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>F</kbd> (<kbd>F3</kbd> on Mac, or <kbd>fn</kbd>+<kbd>F3</kbd> for keyboards that define OS functions to the function keys), or by clicking on the side panel labelled <q>search</q>.It is possible to navigate between search results using <kbd>Enter</kbd> and <kbd>Shift</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>. The number of search matches along with the current hit number is shown as a badge inside the search field. The DOM Inspector and JavaScript Debugger both have custom search options. These are documented in the relevant chapter. The Resource Inspector has a simple text only search field for searching within resource files. Navigation between results works the same way as the search panels.
 
 ### Filtering
 
-A number of panels support <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filtering">filtering</a>. This is similar to search, but removes all statements that do not meet the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filter-query">filter query</a>. The filter fields can be found in the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#side-panel">side panels</a> of the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/dom/">DOM Inspector</a> and JavaScript Debugger. Various <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#properties">properties</a> can be filtered out by default, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#initial-style">initial styles</a> in the Style Inspector, and default values that are null or empty strings in the JavaScript Debugger. Switches next to the filter field enable and disable these filters. 
+A number of panels support <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filtering">filtering</a>. This is similar to search, but removes all statements that do not meet the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filter-query">filter query</a>. The filter fields can be found in the Error Log and the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#side-panel">side panels</a> of the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/dom/">DOM Inspector</a> and JavaScript Debugger. In the latter two, various <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#properties">properties</a> can be filtered out by default, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#initial-style">initial styles</a> in the Style Inspector, and default values that are null or empty strings in the JavaScript Debugger. Switches next to the filter field enable and disable these filters. The Error Log has a setting for filtering out user defined CSS errors. This can be found in the settings.
 
 ### Document selection