Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Karen Robbins
I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct ones. I've used Character Tools to generate a list of formats by file so I know which ones are in each document of my book. I choose Character Format... in the Find/Change palette, type the character format name in the entry

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Stuart Rogers
On 2013-Jul-09 3:15 PM, Karen Robbins wrote: I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct ones. I've used Character Tools to generate a list of formats by file so I know which ones are in each document of my book. I choose Character Format... in the Find/Change

RE: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Fred Ridder
it is completely ignored (as it should be), but why select it if it's irrelevant? -Fred Ridder Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2013 12:15:10 -0700 Subject: Cleaning Character Formats From: karendes...@gmail.com To: framers@lists.frameusers.com I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct ones

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Mike Wickham
If I'm reading your message right, you should be choosing Character Tag: in the Find dialog, rather than a Character Format. The former searches for text with the assigned character style. The latter finds text with specific attributes, which may or may not have been assigned a character

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Lin Sims
And as of Frame 10, you can also search for Character Format Override and Paragraph Format Override, so you don't even need to search for a specific tag. If you do search for a specific tag, remember that the first time you find it, you can reapply the tag to clear the override, then Copy Special

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Karen Robbins
:15:10 -0700 Subject: Cleaning Character Formats From: karendes...@gmail.com To: framers@lists.frameusers.com I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct ones. I've used Character Tools to generate a list of formats by file so I know which ones are in each document

RE: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Fred Ridder
in the name of a 6-letter tag would take 64 (2^6) separate searches with consider case ON, but only one search with consider case OFF. -Fred Ridder Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2013 13:44:35 -0700 Subject: Re: Cleaning Character Formats From: karendes...@gmail.com To: docu...@hotmail.com CC: framers

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Scott Prentice
While we're on the subject .. an unfortunate tag searching issue happens if your tag names contain hyphens, and you try to use the Whole Word option. FM will match on partial tag names where search string matches a hyphen-delimited word in your tag name. For example, if you have tags named

Re: Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Grant Hogarth
It will also match head, head.1, head.2, Grant On 7/9/2013 3:47 PM, Scott Prentice wrote: While we're on the subject .. an unfortunate tag searching issue happens if your tag names contain hyphens, and you try to use the Whole Word option. FM will match on partial tag names where search

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Karen Robbins
I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct ones. I've used Character Tools to generate a list of formats by file so I know which ones are in each document of my book. I choose "Character Format..." in the Find/Change palette, type the character format name in the entry

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Stuart Rogers
On 2013-Jul-09 3:15 PM, Karen Robbins wrote: > I want to remove rogue character formats and replace them with correct > ones. I've used Character Tools to generate a list of formats by file > so I know which ones are in each document of my book. I choose > "Character Format..." in the

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Fred Ridder
s tag or formatting searches or whether it is completely ignored (as it should be), but why select it if it's irrelevant? -Fred Ridder Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2013 12:15:10 -0700 Subject: Cleaning Character Formats From: karendes...@gmail.com To: framers at lists.frameusers.com I want to remove

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Mike Wickham
If I'm reading your message right, you should be choosing "Character Tag:" in the Find dialog, rather than a "Character Format." The former searches for text with the assigned character style. The latter finds text with specific attributes, which may or may not have been assigned a character

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Lin Sims
And as of Frame 10, you can also search for Character Format Override and Paragraph Format Override, so you don't even need to search for a specific tag. If you do search for a specific tag, remember that the first time you find it, you can reapply the tag to clear the override, then Copy Special

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Karen Robbins
nored > (as it should be), but why select it if it's irrelevant? > > -Fred Ridder > > -- > Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2013 12:15:10 -0700 > Subject: Cleaning Character Formats > From: karendesign at gmail.com > To: framers at lists.frameusers.com > >

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Fred Ridder
ase*. Covering all permutations of upper-case and lower case letters in the name of a 6-letter tag would take 64 (2^6) separate searches with "consider case" ON, but only one search with "consider case" OFF. -Fred Ridder Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2013 13:44:35 -0700 Subject: Re: Clea

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Scott Prentice
While we're on the subject .. an unfortunate tag searching issue happens if your tag names contain hyphens, and you try to use the "Whole Word" option. FM will match on partial tag names where search string matches a hyphen-delimited "word" in your tag name. For example, if you have tags named

Cleaning Character Formats

2013-07-09 Thread Grant Hogarth
It will also match head, head.1, head.2, Grant On 7/9/2013 3:47 PM, Scott Prentice wrote: > While we're on the subject .. an unfortunate tag searching issue > happens if your tag names contain hyphens, and you try to use the > "Whole Word" option. FM will match on partial tag names where