Originally Posted by MuskratBooks
In Sigil this expression has been helpful:
Replace with (has a trailing space): \1
This indentifies paragraphs where a opening smart quote is not matched with a closing smart quote and joins that paragraph with the next one. Its not fool proof, but saves a lot of time.
I use calibre conversion to switch straight quotes to smart quotes. Its under "Look Feel", check by "smarten punctuation". Easier to fix its mistakes than to find and fix 'em all.
Thank you Muskrat. This answers my question from 1/13/13 perfectly!
Step 1: I go into Calibre and change straight quotes to curley quotes, then
Step 2: I open the book in Sigil and use your Regex suggestion and it works perfectly.
At first it didn't work then I checked to see if I accidentally copied the blank space after your find expression, and I had. I backed the blank space out and it worked
I ♥ brainiacs!