martialartsguy wrote:Question here, and again I apologize for my lack of knowledge with regexp. I'd like to capitalize all the text (from: happy to: Happy) in all the following fields:
Tempo, Mood, Occasion, Quality
I use these a lot and sometimes forget to capitalize. I have presets set up for each one, but if I could run all four at once, that'd be excellent.
Each has the following setting:
Find What: ([\w\xDF-\xF6\xF8-\xFF\u0100-\u024F\u0400-\u04FF])([\w'\xDF-\xF6\xF8-\xFF\u0100-\u024F\u0400-\u04FF]*)
Replace with: UCase("$1") & LCase("$2")
Thanks for your help.
Big Isch wrote:My suggestion is to add a text-field that functions as filter for the presets display in the listbox.
nynaevelan wrote:As an organizational maniac I agree with this suggestion.
martialartsguy wrote:I have presets set up for each one, but if I could run all four at once, that'd be excellent.
GIL wrote:Do you ever wish you could get the version 35.9 of this script from the year 2025?
mk1065 wrote:Does anyone know how to accomplish this...
Find what: (Artist, Artist) or (Artist, Artist, Artist)
Replace with: (Artist & Artist) or (Artist, Artist & Artist)
Big Isch wrote:What about a DateISO when needing just the date? (Well, could also use Left( DateTimeISO(), 10) anyway.
markeh wrote:Is there a way to control the order that toolbar buttons appear in the search toolbar?
Of course. Moving some preset through the list of presets by Up/Down buttons you change its order in toolbar as well.
markeh wrote:I didn't realize that I needed to close/open MM for it to show.
??? You don't need to restart MM to show RegExp toolbar buttons - changes on them are automatically displayed.
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