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Old 11-06-2012, 01:53 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by meme View Post
I think screenshots might be in order - of your Find & Replace dialog (expanded to show Options), and before/after of an area of text.

With 0.6.0, Clean Source = Pretty Print, regardless of the options/modes I try, Doing a find/replace of

find: span class="calibre3"
replace: span

works perfectly. Wonder what we're missing...
well I wonder what we're missing also. screen shots are a pain, & I've posted before & after text samples. let's go again, using 1st para of test.epub:
BEFORE:
<div class="calibre12">
<span class="calibre3">Jiayuguan City was named after a section of a wall. Not just any wall. The Great Wall of China. And in the fourteenth century, the Jiayuguan Pass, or fortress, was the westernmost point of the Great Wall. A formidable structure, it was once called the "The First and Greatest Pass Under the Heaven."</span>
</div>
AFTER
<div class="calibre12">
&lt; span&gt;Jiayuguan City was named after a section of a wall. Not just any wall. The Great Wall of China. And in the fourteenth century, the Jiayuguan Pass, or fortress, was the westernmost point of the Great Wall. A formidable structure, it was once called the "The First and Greatest Pass Under the Heaven."
</div>
MY SEARCH OPTIONS:
NORMAL, All FILES, DOWN, the 3 options on the next line are unticked.
FIND FIELD CONTENT
span class="calibre3"
REPLACE FIELD CONTENT
span

AHA - I see a leading space in the replace field, which I can now see because I did copy paste from sigil.
That's the culprit. get rid of that & the bug goes away
. You can't see that because when I submit the post, it gets removed, but trust me, it exists!

so please re-test with a spurious leading space & see what you get then.
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