Hi, how do I replace a character with a line break using the Replace tool?
For instance if I have a list of
apples, oranges, peaches
I want to make the , into a line break so it looks like
I don't think so, it works fine in Unicode. You may have chosen not to install plugins when you installed.
To add to the comments on where to find answers before posting: there is also a wiki, which you can access from N++ using ? -> FAQ/Wiki.
Actually there is another wiki, supplied by SF, but this is work in progress at the moment.
First, let me know, where did you look to find an answer?
Did you examine the Ctrl+F Find dialog in detail?
Do you know about the other Find dialog?
Did you search these forums to find an answer to your question?
The most simple SOLUTION is this:
Press Ctrl+Home to move to the top of the document.
Press Ctrl+R to open the Text FX advanced Find/Replace dialog.
In the Find field, enter the characters(tring) you want to replace, in your case ", ".
In the Replace field, enter your linebreak by pressing Ctrl+Enter.
Find and replace all occurrences.
This "Advanced" find and replace option was not available to me because I had Unicode Notepad++
Now I have it with ANSI Notepad++