I’m sorry to tell you but isn’t that a very strange solution?
1: The regex is NOT complex. The only difference is that is does a lookahead to see if the value does NOT excists in the current line.
2: The regex is fully Perl-compatible
3: Other editors will do the same work without any complaining.
Since this error happens inside the regular expression engine (Boost regex++), I can’t control what happens inside the regex engine.
What number did you set to the Additional Lines to Search for Regular Expressions text box, and did you set or clear the Regular Expressions “.” Can Match New Line Characters check box?
There might be a different reason so would you send me a sample file (after zipped) to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the Registry file (exported at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\EmSoft, please zip the file)? I will try to reproduce the issue here.
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