Eyrie Productions, Unlimited
Aug-06-14, 09:11 AM (EST)|
6. "RE: New Bits"|
In response to message #5
>I don't know what text editor you work with, but Notepad++ on Windows |
>has usefully robust regex search capabilities. I believe that using a
>search and replace with the regex option, using the text between the
>double quotes, would have the desired effect:
>Replace with: "\1<i>\2</i>\3"
Hmm, I'll have to try that; I don't use that editor, but the one I do use does regular expressions too (which is how I was able to semi-automate paragraph wrapping, albeit only to a point). The emphasis thing is only one of several tedious things about reformatting a long plaintext piece (it's an involved enough process that even with better automation, repackaging the whole giant back catalog's simply not going to happen), but it would certainly help. Thanks.
Benjamin D. Hutchins, Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief, & Forum Mod
Eyrie Productions, Unlimited http://www.eyrie-productions.com/
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