- January 2, 2012 at 6:38 am #9872
If the value of “Additional Lines to Search for Regular Expressions” parameter is greater than 0, take the following piece of text for eg (t is a tab char).
1> If the cursor is in the first line, the regular expression pattern “[^d]rn” only matches the “rn” character at the end of the second and the third line. The replacement function fails in both positions.
2> If the cursor is in the second line, the pattern “[^d]rn” can match “ern”, and then clicking the “Find Next” button, it only matches “A” at the end of the third line and the replacement function doesn’t work here.
When “Additional Lines to Search for Regular Expressions”=0, it matches correctly.January 20, 2012 at 9:30 pm #9884
I have already realized this issue, and have fixed it. Here is test versions you might want to try:
Please let me know if you can confirm the issue resolved, or if you can find any other bugs 🙂
When a new release version is available, please uninstall this RC version before you install the newer version.
Thank you!January 21, 2012 at 2:57 pm #9885
Yes, the issue is resolved. Thank you!
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