At 17:34 26/03/2020 -0400, Udvarias Ur wrote:
I have a similar problem. I sometimes,
especially when copying and pasting text from a
WEB page, find 2 hard returns one after another.
How can I search for double hard returns, ¶¶,
and replace them with single hard returns, ¶.
Don't think of searching for what you are calling
a "hard return", because it doesn't really exist.
That pilcrow is just a marker, showing where
there is a paragraph break; there really is
nothing there! If you have two consecutive
paragraph breaks, what you have between them is
an empty paragraph - and it is this that you need to delete.
Just search for ^$ (caret - dollar) and replace with nothing.
I trust this helps.
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