As you wrote, EmEditor strips out ‘r’ from regular expressions when you use Find. This is because a new line is represented as a ‘n’ and not ‘rn’ no matter whether ‘r’ or ‘n’ or ‘rn’ is used for a new line. Currently, this is the specification because many users were confused whey they needed to specify ‘r’ or ‘rn’ for a new line in earlier versions.
When you specify a new line, please use ‘n’, and not ‘r’.
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