Re: [Clip] RegExp Bugs
- Howdy, Jody
> >> >>>> ^!Replace "\n\n\n+" >> "\n\n" TIRSAGYou forgot the +
> >The reasoning that I still hold <g>
> >does not apply to the regex above. The regex pattern (in beta #3)
> >can select all adjacent line breaks, which is not possible with
> >the regular (i.e. non-regex) search method.
> So, both of these should do the same thing then? But, it does
> not, the RegExp that is. I put 25 blank lines in a document and
> the RegExp below only took out 8 lines or there abouts per pop.
> My regular Clip and the standard way of doing it for me took them
> all out leaving me with two blank lines. b#3
> ^!Replace "\n\n\n" >> "\n\n" WARS
> ^!Jump 1
> ^!Replace "^p^p^p" >> "^p^p" WAS
> ^!IfError Next else Skip_-2
look at the line at the top of this post and compare it to your regex line
- Hi Ville,
>> ^!Toolbar "Paste Block"Re: Changes in beta #02 (24 April 2002)
>This is an odd command, it doesn't work if the document is empty.
>I hope Eric changes this to the next version...
"* The Paste Block command now also works if the target document is
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