20114Re: Search and Replace broken when string includes carriage return
- Oct 3, 2007--- In email@example.com, "tuttle.grey" <tuttle@...> wrote:
>I con't help you with a solution, but it looks like NoteTab has a bit
> Each of those lines has a carriage return at the end of it.
> 1. If I Search Disk, in the same directory, for "moe^P" (the entire
> line of 'moe' including the carriage return) it is not found.
> 2. If I Search Disk, in the same directory, for "moe" (just the
> string 'moe' without the carriage return) then it is found.
> 3. If I Search Disk, in the same directory, for "moe" (just the
> string 'moe' without the carriage return) and do "Replace in Files"
> to replace it with "larry^Pmoe", it should end up looking like this:
> but instead after the Replace it looks like this:
> which is actually "larry^P^Pmoe" and not "larry^Pmoe" that I
of Carriage Return stuck between it's teeth.
What you need is a toothpick -- Maybe Eric can whittle you one.
Have you closed and repopend Notetab?
If there is a memory problem on your PC, loading a separate, different
program between closing and restarting NoteTab might move NT into a
different memory location.
Then there is always the lst ditch resort of reinstalling NoteTab.
Good luck. If you find out what it was, I'm sure a bunch of us would
like to know.
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