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2012/1/19 jc sekinger <>:
I can't find the answer
I would like to transforme each {{word}} or {{phrase}} (wich I can select
with '\{{[^\}]+\}}')
in word or phrase in italic and without "{{}}"

How can I do that?... Help!
Jean-Christophe Sekinger

I am not sure, but I don't think there is a way to make found words or
phrased converted to italic, but this seems to at least remove the
Search for: \{\{(.+)\}\}
Replace with: $1

This also seemed to work:
Search for: \{{([^\}]+)\}}
Replace with: $1

But converting to italic? I don't know. I know you can search for
certain format attributes, like italic, but not how to replace one
attribute with another,
Well, unless you want to write a macro, of course.

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

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