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The main window of Find & Replace It! looks like this when almost all windows are open on Mac OS X:

An example of batch find and replace in many files.

 

Something similar on Windows XP:

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This is a lighter presentation of the main window under Windows Vista:

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Finally, here is the main window under Ubuntu 8.04:

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The "Control Panel" for editing expressions to find and replacement patterns is shown below. This panel provides an easy way to apply tranformations on captured expressions.

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When dealing with long or multi-line expressions to find, it's easier to use the Regular Expression Editor. This editor is of course a good start for learning "regexp" syntax.

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Two ways of applying transformations on captured expressions:

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Here is an example of transformation that will apply on capture #1 and #2 of every matched expression:

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One of the most interesting capabilities of Find & Replace it! is the JavaScript interface that allows you to customize replacement text for every matched expression. A dummy JavaScript example is shown bellow:

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Here is a more useful script example:

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As a must, there is also a tool to debug your scripts:

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Find & Replace It! is shipped with a powerful tool to preview matched expressions as well as replaced texts in a file.

In this screenshot we can see replaced expressions:

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Below, the preview displays found expressions. A tooltip gives you details about the location of every matched expressions in the file:

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The Find and Replace Preview on Windows XP:

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A full featured user interface to scan and filter files within a specific directory:

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Advanced encoding settings for files:

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Find & Replace It! is more than a simple "search and replace" tool. For instance it can detect Unicode encoding, suggest "acceptable" encoding for non-Unicode, detect line ending style, recognize BOM for every text file. Moreover it provides an unified interface to convert the encoding settings of a set of files straight away.

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Here is a similar screenshot on Windows Vista:

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Detected encodings are marked with a colored "light":

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The Found Files view comes with a handy set of tools to manage files:

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If required, you can backup all files that need to be modified with the suffix of your choice:

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The Output window, combined with the Find and Replace Preview, gives you a quick acccess to found expressions within scanned files:

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A simple tool to search text everywhere in the user interface:

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The product activation dialog:

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