On 5/8/2015 1:49 PM, Luuk wrote:
On 8-5-2015 16:36, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
Sorry about the lack of clarity.
I am opening a 'csv' document in Writer.
When using "Find and Replace" with "Regular Expression" checked and
"Search for" using characters "^.".
I click on <Find Next> button. With cursor on position 1,1 of document,
it finds and highlights the first position character.
The misbehavior begins now. Clicking on the <Find Next> button
increments to the next character, not the next line 1st position.
I have also discovered that if I "Find and Replace" with "Regular
Expression" checked and "Search for" using characters "^." but have
"Backwards" checked, it works correctly. That is to say it goes to the
last line in the document, and repeated clicking on <Find Next> button
goes to and highlights the line above at the first character.
/7/2015 10:53 AM, Piet van Oostrum wrote:
Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
> LibreOffice Version: 126.96.36.199
> Build ID: c4c7d32d0d49397cad38d62472b0bc8acff48dd6
> Locale: en_US
> Windows 7 Professional SVC Pack 1 on Intel.64 bit.
I can confirm that it does not work on Windows7, version 188.8.131.52
It works correct on Linux, with version 184.108.40.206
After installing 220.127.116.11 on Windows7, i see that this version.....
works correct again!
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