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Old 01-09-2012, 09:48 PM   #15
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In one of the earlier versions (0.4.903, i believe) there was talk of changing --or having changed-- the dictionaries so that they aren't offended by dashes, hyphens, or pretty apostrophes. Where do we currently stand on this?

EDIT: For the record, I ran into the same problem as theducks. the regex search was very simple:
Code:
</p>[\s]+<p>([a-z])
in order to find unwanted line breaks as in this example:
Code:
 <p>The happy pony went</p>
 <p>to the market.</p>

the replace commad was:
Code:
[blankspace]\1
The Replace All function worked, but incremental replace would identify the matching string but not execute the replace command... basically it was functioning exactly like the search button above it.

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