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    CaptainFlint
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    I have the following text:

    ALTER TABLE asd ADD xxx TINYINT(1) DEFAULT ‘1’ NOT NULL;
    UPDATE asd SET temp=0 WHERE id=-1;
    INSERT INTO dsa (col1, col2) VALUES (‘test’, ‘0’);
    INSERT INTO dsa (col1, col2) VALUES (‘test_with_something’, ‘0’);

    I select it all, then open the Replace dialog and set the following parameters:
    Find: (.*);
    Replace with: ‘1’,
    [X] Use Regular Expressions
    [X] In the Selection Only
    Then I press Replace All. Only first two lines are replaced, the 3rd and the 4th remain unchanged.

    If I untick the In the Selection Only checkbox, all 4 lines are replaced.

    #4974

    yongfa365
    Member

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    #4976

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Flint wrote:
    I have the following text:

    ALTER TABLE asd ADD xxx TINYINT(1) DEFAULT ‘1’ NOT NULL;
    UPDATE asd SET temp=0 WHERE id=-1;
    INSERT INTO dsa (col1, col2) VALUES (‘test’, ‘0’);
    INSERT INTO dsa (col1, col2) VALUES (‘test_with_something’, ‘0’);

    I select it all, then open the Replace dialog and set the following parameters:
    Find: (.*);
    Replace with: ‘1’,
    [X] Use Regular Expressions
    [X] In the Selection Only
    Then I press Replace All. Only first two lines are replaced, the 3rd and the 4th remain unchanged.

    If I untick the In the Selection Only checkbox, all 4 lines are replaced.

    This bug will be fixed on beta 33. Thanks!

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