Re: Bug Report
- --- In email@example.com, Michael S. Sanders <mike@...> wrote:
>Yes, well when making mass changes like that, backups are essential because it is so easy to make a mistake in the S/R to be done. 20/20 hindsight :D
> > You haven't given enough details to help you much.
> > But in my experience Unix files work fine as long
> > as they don't have unicode in them. The token ^P,
> > if used, means windows line break in the S/R text boxes.
> > ^C means mac style and ^L means Unix style. Those codes
> > are even documented on the Search Disk page in the help file,
> > so the response you got was incorrect.
> Hi Sheri, nice to meet you. Yes the response was umm...
> not so well thought out (we've all done that before so
> I understand), but back to the matter at hand. Also,
> previous versions do not display this anomaly.
> Use I understand ^P/C/L. The particularly vexing thing is
> I applied these changes to 40+ files, which took quite
> awhile to straighten back out. No regex used either btw...
>That can only happen when there is a problem that can be replicated. Perhaps you could post a sample file in the Yahoo group files with instructions on exactly how the problem can be replicated.
> This I'm sure, Eric will fix, its an internal issue, it seems.