In LibreCalc, how do I repeat the previous search?

Hi, I am using LibreCalc (x64) on a Lenovo Thinkpad running Windows 10.

Often I need to search for something, work on the spreadsheet for a bit, then repeat the search.

If I select Edit → Find, or if I press Ctrl-F, I’m taken to a field in the bottom left of the screen, containing the text of my second-last unique search (not my most recent search). Is there a way to ensure that the text that comes up is the most recent search, instead?

Currently, my workaround is to always ensure that my second-last unique search is very similar to my most recent search. For example, if I need to keep searching a document for “Peace” then I’ll ensure that my last two searches were “Peac” and “Peace”.

Not in on Windows 7.
It seems to me as if the down arrow key (or touchpad) is involved.

In Calc, to “find the next cell without opening the dialog” press Ctrl+Shift+F.

Source: Finding and Replacing in Calc.

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