On 10 Jun 2015, at 21:58, Allan Odgaard
On 9 Jun 2015, at 23:32, Robert Milton wrote:
(a) Seems to fail because the argument to
findWithOptions: requires a replaceString. What the macro does is set replaceString equal
to whatever value it received (i.e <text>) when the macro was recorded . Removing
the line in the macro setting replaceString produces an empty set symbol, which is
I’ve fixed this for next build, so that if the replace string (or search string) is
removed (from the macro argument) then it uses the current value (from the search/replace
(b) Seems to fail because macros don’t like
findAll. When I record this operation alone and replay it, all it does is put the caret at
the end of the document (the location may be specific to the limited test I’ve done, but
the point is I don’t get the multiple carets I should.)
The “Find All” action is a standalone action that uses the current search clipboard
values. So to make it work for your case, then you would first need to put the search
string on the find clipboard (before calling “Find All”), for example via ⌘E or by
performing a dummy “Find” (via the dialog).
So the steps would need to be something like:
1. ⌘C (Copy).
2. ⌘F, enter search string, enable regex, and press “Next”.
3. ⌃⌘F (Find All).
4. ⌘V (Paste).
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