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, Larry Thomas <larryt@c...> wrote:
> At 01:39 PM 7/12/03 -0000, you wrote:
> >Hi everyone
> >I've been using NoteTab Light for a little while and encountered a
> >little problem which is baffling me.
> >I like to be able to find and replace the ^P character in text to
> >convert e.g. newsgroup postings into continuous paragraphs, and
> >NoteTab (unlike many editors) allows me to do this. At least, it
> >until today, when all of a sudden this has stopped working. I have
> >altered any settings, so am unable to work out why this has
> >NoteTab is saying that "XX Replacements Have Been Made", but it
> >doesn't appear to have actually done anything.
> >Can anyone help?
> Your ini file could have been corrupted for some reason although I
> know why that would happen. Try shutting NoteTab down and use
> rename notetab.ini to notetabbak.ini and then restart NoteTab ans
> the problem is gone. Otherwise, I don't know what is happening.
> Did you know that you can join lines with the Menu/Modify/Lines/Join
> featire which you can also access by pressing Ctrl+J. This is the
> removing hard breaks. You will have to select all of the text
> do this and you will have to remove blank lines so it is a little
> Press Ctrl+A to select all the text in the document. Press
> remove blanks and repeat this several times if you have places in
> where there are two or more consecutive blank lines. Then press
> all the lines in the document will be joines together in one
> lrt@n... e¿ê
To answer your post - sometimes the ^P replace works and sometimes it
doesn't. I have fixed the problem by removing NoteTab and reverting to
an earlier version, in which it works every time.
I have tried the Join Lines function but find it not so flexible.