CTRL F only searches current viewing pane in Style Sheet or Unformatted Text

When performing a search, using ctrl f on your keyboard, within an Unformatted Text part or a Style Sheet, you notice you can only search within your current view pane. 

For example, you see 20 lines of code within your current pane. Your search result is on line 45, but as that is not within your current pane, the result is not returned.

Ctrl F, or search, is not returning the expected resulted. 
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Steps to Duplicate

  1. Log in to the NetCommunity website
  2. Navigate to Site Explorer>Style Sheets and edit a Style Sheet, or Navigate to Site Explorer>Parts and edit an Unformatted Text part
  3. Scroll down and locate a line of text or word that is further down
  4. Scroll back up to the top, not allowing the word you chose to be visible
  5. Type Ctrl and f on your keyboard to open the search box
  6. Search for the word from step 3 and note the result is not found
  7. Scroll back down to the word from step 3, and perform another search, while the word is visible, and note the word is returned

Environment

 Blackbaud NetCommunity
 7.1
 7.1 Service Pack 3 (7.1.194.0)

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