Here is OCR script for Subtitle Workshop http://www.prijevodi-online.org/korisnici/milanrs/MilanRS3.ocr
to work with subtitles for movies. He, at my lap sometimes work, sometimes not, and I don’t know way. I’m convicted that he can be converted to macro, so I can work with subtitle in EmEditor.
Is it possible do this?
And, not all lines in script is good for me, I wish macro which I can change, as required. Help, please.
Ok, thanks to mr. Omura, I have Macro which makes batch replacements in documents. One of his lines is document.selection.Replace(“Bok”,”Zdravo”,eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceEscSeq | eeFindReplaceQuiet | eeFindReplaceCase);
and she works well. Bat, she makes also changes which isn’t desirable. At example
Bok–> Zdravo is Ok
Boksujem –> Zdravosujem isn’t Ok.
How can I achieve that Macro affects at the very single word?
I think I was clear, I wish line witch will recognize single word Bok, and make replacement, bat if she is part of some word, to ignore it. I belive it’s possible to make this change.
Where to add? Please, tape whole line, how she looks. Like this maybe: document.selection.Replace(“Bok”,”Zdravo”,eeReplaceAll | eeFindReplaceEscSeq | eeFindReplaceQuiet | eeFindReplaceCase | eeFindReplaceOnlyWord);
And, how should looks line in Macro to acces just words which begin with desired string? Example
riješio sam –> rešio sam
Kada otkriješ proneveru, ti je prikriješ –> Kada otkreš proneveru, ti je prikreš.
And I have more questions.
1) What will happen, if I add eeFindReplaceOpenDoc
in some lines? Daz that meens changes will be maked in all open documents?
2) What to add in Macro, so that after changes, some of interesting (changed) lines be marked in document?
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