My question regards Writer (LO 18.104.22.168., Windows 10).
I have a text that is full of cross-references. These cross-references
are numbers surrounded by round brackets e.g.
some text (2) some text (32) some text some text.
I need to find all of them to add some formatting or a style. I thought
that I can use a regex like this:
to do so. Unfortunately it doesn't work. Seems to me that
cross-references are not treated as a regular text.
Is there any way to find all these numbers in brackets that are
cross-references? Any help will be appreciated.
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