Instead of using text marks, you can also do the search and replace and
after place your cursor where you want the line breaks to be and type
<Shift>Enter. This will cut the line without inserting an end of
Le vendredi 12 avril 2019 à 20:50 -0700, V Stuart Foote a écrit :
If you toggle the Formatting Marks on, with <Ctrl>+F10, you will see that
each line is actually a paragraph. You need to collapse the multiple lines
into single lines with the Find & Replace dialog. But before that you'll
want to mark the actual paragraph endings with a unique text sequence.
You'll need that to split things back up after they're joined.
Select all of the Text you need to reformat.
Open the Find & Replace dialog, with <Ctrl>+H, enable its Regular
Expressions check box.
Enter "$" in the Find field
Enter " " in the Replace field
Your choice then to Find Next / Replace, or Find All / Replace All
Then do the same against the text marks you set. But here your replacement
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