[oXygen-user] Find/Replace in Files: unable to find pretty-printed word combinations

Yves Barbion yves.barbion at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 11:39:03 CDT 2012

Hi Sorin

Yes, it works in oXygen 14! Thank you very much for your help!

The only problem I have now is how I can explain this to my (DITA) students
and how I can convince them to use regular expressions. Most of them are
new to DITA and XML. Also, when you search for some text, you don't know
where the end-of-line character is, so to find the topic in the example
below, you may have to replace every space with (\s+) in the Find/Replace
in Files dialog:

Find: consists(\s+)of(\s+)the(\s+)following(\s+)zones

if the topic contains:

     <p status="changed">The body of the <keyword
topic_qjt_sdx_1f/keyword_wms_**s2x_1f"/> consists of
                the following zones:</p>

Kind regards

Yves Barbion
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