Cursors for updating
In some situations, the results of a Solr search are not destined for a simple paginated user interface.
When you wish to fetch a very large number of sorted results from Solr to feed into an external system, using very large values for the not only require Solr to compute (and sort) in memory all of the matching documents that should be fetched for the current page, but also all of the documents that would have appeared on previous pages.
to make it easier to discover and install SCM providers from the VS Code Marketplace.
The command is available under the Switch SCM Provider...
In most search application usage, the "top" matching results (sorted by score, or some other criteria) are then displayed to some human user.
In many applications the UI for these sorted results are displayed to the user in "pages" containing a fixed number of matching results, and users don't typically look at results past the first few pages worth of results.
Solr can't compute which matching document is the 999001st result in sorted order, without first determining what the first 999000 matching sorted results are.Here are the new default settings: There's also a new menu item Use Ctrl Click for Multi-Cursor in the Selection menu to quickly toggle this setting.The Go To Definition and Open Link gestures will also respect this setting and adapt such that they do not conflict.Thus try the following combinations to make your disappearing cursor back to visible in Windows 10: Fn F3/ Fn F5/ Fn F9/ Fn F11.If using the fn keys to retrieve the missing cursor doesn’t work for bringing the mouse cursor, there could be some errors with your mouse driver in Windows 10.