On Aug 15, 2022, at 11:20 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 2022/08/15 19:07, Regina Henschel wrote:
Are you sure \ is not on your keyboard? If I switch to a Japanese keyboard layout, I see a \ as
left most key in the lower row and as right most key in the middle row.
You can install an additional language in Windows and then you can switch the keyboard layout.
and I thank everybody for their help.
* Yes, my KB does have a backslash. But pressing it (no matter what KB layout it use) ALWAYS
produces a \. They are supposed to be identical.
* I thought about inserting a backslash via symbols, but that alsow produces a \; in the Find
dialog it does not work.
* Neither does copying the "tab portion" from any piece of text.
* I do not use Linux, so those commands do not help me.
* This operation apparently does not work in a text editor either.
* I thought about replacing "space[" with something like "spacekk" (with or without the space).
THAT does not work either.
* I just tried to find simply "[" (without the quotes).
* Unchecking "Regular expressions" DOES find the brackets, but then inserts "\t[" (where the \ is
a backslash). But that is not what I want .. and not helpful.
Does this really have to be so difficult?
In the hope, there IS a way to accomplish this.
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