[OS X TeX] TeXShop prompt on replace
Josep Maria Font
jmfont at ub.edu
Tue Feb 15 13:38:40 CET 2011
El 15/02/2011, a las 12:40, José Antonio Facenda Aguirre escribió:
> Hi all,
> is it possible than TeXShop has an option to prompt on replace?
> The problem is that I have a document where I want to replace a text string XXXX by another one YYYY, but not all the appearances of XXXX.
This is what I do when I want to do this: With command-F I open the Find pannel and set the strings XXX and YYY. Instead of hitting the Next button (or is it Search ? I have it in Spanish), I hit "carriage return". This closes the Find pannel and jumps to the source window, where the first appearance of XXX is found and dully highlighted. If I want to replace it with YYY, I hit command-alt-G, which does the replacement and finds the next appearance. If I don't want to replace it, I just hit command-G and the next appearance is found. This is fairly practical and requires almost no mouse usage.
Hope it helps,
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