nynaevelan wrote:I would like to setup a preset that would search the lyrics field for any non-English alphabet characters, is this possible?
nynaevelan wrote:I don't need to replace them, I just want to identify them in order to replace the lyrics with a different script.
nynaevelan wrote:Will you examples catch Chinese characters also?
barkoz wrote:Never mind... I got it.
djo4ever wrote:Is it possible to replace more words on the same line at once?
djo4ever wrote:Find one of these words: ft,feat,vs, Versus
and replace it with: ;
Glad you found your way to do this. However, I think this is not the best approach for such thing because it would remove all occurrences of specified characters, even if they are not a part of timing marks - "[", "]", ":" and digits from "0" till "9". This is because square brackets are reserved characters in RegExp and they are used for specifying character classes. If you want to specify square brackets as plain characters you should put backslash in the front of them - \[ and \].
barkoz wrote:Thank's mate,I hadn't realised that, is there anything this script can't do besides the dishes?
UCase("$1") & LCase("$2")
UCase("$1") & "$2"
Uppercase "i" in the Lyrics
Find what: \bi\b
Match case: checked
MCSmarties wrote:The preset "Uppercase the first letter of each line of the Lyrics" is not ideal.
Currently, it uppercases the first character but sets everything else in lower case!
MCSmarties wrote:Of course, this assumes that the ONLY capitalization problem with the lyrics was the first letter of each line...
MCSmarties wrote:would it be possible to make a preset that would replace all kinds of words with others?
Like "cos", "cuz" with "cause" (a pet peeve of mine), or add apostrophes where missing (im, ill, dont, wont -> I'm, I'll, don't, won't)
MapArray(Array("$1", "cause", "$2", "I'm", "$3", "I'll", "$4", "don't", "$5", "won't"))
xabaras wrote:if there would be a way to use the 'fix featured' routine and modify it so that I could make the Title of the song have featured artist instead of the artist..
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