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- v1.3.17 – 22nd Aug – Fix dollar sign in regex groups
- v1.3.16 – 22nd Aug – Fix contenteditable input event
- v1.3.15 – 12th Mar – Fix newline pattern in regex replace
- v1.3.14 – 26th Feb – Add undo action for text-case transform
- v1.3.13 – 26th Feb – Fix text-transform templates usability
- v1.3.12 – 3rd Feb – Implement auto-save in templates panel
- v1.3.11 – 29th Jan – Fix Firefox extension chrome object
- v1.3.10 – 29th Jan – Add text case transform templates
- v1.3.9 – 14th Jan – Support local debug mode for testing
- v1.3.8 – 14th Jan – Fix ‘No Target’ indicator
- v1.3.7 – 13th Jan – Add Google Docs warning notification
- v1.3.6 – 2nd Jan – Add support for single-line input fields
- v1.3.5 – 31st Dec – Add hostname to GA for domain analysis
- v1.3.4 – 19th Dec – Fix ‘Replace all’ with regex groups
- v1.3.3 – 19th Dec – Fix restored favorites not storing state
- v1.3.2 – 18th Dec – Fix undefined regexp groups substitution
- v1.3.1 – 27th Nov – Add info notification for broken sites
- v1.3.0 – 27th Nov – Implement dynamic mark tags based on site
- v1.2.1 – 18th Nov – Add more events to GAnalytics
- v1.2.0 – 18th Nov – Change templates to execCommand API
- v1.1.3 – 25th Oct – Fix bugs in replace offsets
- v1.1.2 – 23th Oct – Add help text links
- v1.1.1 – 23th Oct – Add UI hints
- v1.1 – 20th Oct – Disable all debug logs
- v1.0 – 18th Oct – First prototype released
- v0.1 – 13th Sep – Raw dev work started
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Find And Replace For Google Docs
A lot of us write in Google Docs. It has Find and Replace functionality built in.
Windows users can use the handy Ctrl+H shortcut (Cmd+Shift+H for Mac users) to bring up the Find and Replace box.
Docs also has a Match Case option. Other than that it’s a simple affair. Unlike the Search and Replace extension you can manually scan through each word and decide to replace it or just use the Replace all button.
FoxReplace is the text replacement tool for pros. It does not have a simple “replace this text with this other text” module. What you do get is preconfigured sets of rules and words.
From the FoxReplace add-on button go to FoxReplace settings and click Add. Here you can define specific URLs and substitutions for a page.
With FoxReplace, you can basically create intricate workflows to replace preconfigured text with something else.
If you work in a field where you regularly need to do so, setting aside a couple of minutes to figure out substitutions in FoxReplace will save you the headache in the long run.
Use find and replace in a spreadsheet
- On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
- Click Edit Find and replace.
- Next to ‘Find’, type the word that you want to find. If you want to replace the word, enter the new word next to ‘Replace with’.
- To search for the word, click Find. To see the next time that the word is used, click Find again.
- Optional: Narrow your search by using an option below.
- Match case: Makes your search case-sensitive.
- Match entire cell contents: Searches for cells that are an exact match.
- Search using regular expressions: Searches for cells that match a pattern.
- Also search within formulas: Searches include formulas.
- To replace the highlighted word, click Replace. To replace the word every time that it’s used, click Replace all.