>Is this a known bookmark issue (NTP only)?
>Take a list like...
>Now tests the following clip against that list:
>^!Replace "^PAnthony" >> "" AS
>The clip will jump to line #1, enter a bookmark, and delete line #4 and #5.
>Though line #1 isn't affected by '^!Replace' (note the '^P' token in
>the search string) the bookmark in line #1 gets lost. Why this?
>Somehow this seems to be connected with the 'A' option in the
>replacement. Without 'A', only line #4 will be deleted, and the
>bookmark in line #1 will be still there.
>You can reproduce that issue also with 'Search | Replace' and a
>manually set bookmark.
Strange. It doesn't need to be the same word as you want to replace
either. All bookmarks disappear. I don't know if it's known, but I've
never heard of it and it has probably been around forever. 4.91 is the same.