Originally Posted by kiwidude
@meme - I can replicate it with a leading space in the replace field - note you have to be set to "all html files" not "current file" to see it.
It's still not a bug though, this is a combination of user error and the "clean" behaviour deciding that what is left is not a valid xml tag.
I'll confess to to the user error part - I have lots of trouble spotting leading / trailing spaces when I use find replace.
I swear they self-install when I'm away from Pc. anyway, here's the .ini file in case you still need it. looks like I'll have to zip it before attaching