Hi, I have PSPad 5.0.6 64bit on Windows 10. I edit the same .md file over and over many times over many years. What happens is I copy and paste some data from a web page, and in the .md file I end up with fancy double quotes (left and right quotes are different high-ascii characters) and fancy apostrophes (which is also high ascii). Once a week I'd like to run a program on my .md file to replace all fancy double quotes with a normal low ascii double quote (") and replace all fancy apostrophes with a low ascii apostrophe ('). I'd also like to remove some other non-printing or other high-ascii characters in this weekly process.
The reason: These characters sometimes do not translate properly when the .md file is converted to an EPUB file (which uses XHTML internally). - How do I do this in PSPad? - Is there a way to run a program from a DOS window command line on the text in the current PSPad window? Thank you! -- <https://forum.pspad.com/read.php?2,75509,75509> PSPad freeware editor https://www.pspad.com