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"replace In Files" Makes All Text Upper Case

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I am using SourceBoost IDE 5.8, and just used "Replace in Files",

and was a little "surprised" to find that in the file where my replace

string was found, all of the text was converted to UPPER CASE.

 

I tried this in another small test file and it seems to be repeatable.

 

Otherwise, I am having pretty good luck with the IDE.

 

Got to go now and retype 200+ lines...

 

Thanks.

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I could not reproduce this bug. Can you describe steps to reproduce it. (Maybe you accidentially pressed Ctrl+Shift+U which makes selected text uppercase?)

 

Regards,

Pavel

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Thanks for the quick reply...

 

I tried this again today with the same results:

 

Create a folder for testing, and copy a .cpp (or other) file into it.

From the "Edit" menu, select "Replace in Files"

 

On the dialog:

Look in: Browse to the desired directory

For files named: *.*

Set the find/replace strings as desired.

 

When I click "Replace", everything is turned upper case, except my particular

replace string, which happened to be lower case.

 

I just tried it again with another file (*.h) with the same results.

Like I said before, the is version 5.8 as stated in the "About" box.

 

Also, you mentioned the ctrl+shift+u command... but I don't see it documented

anywhere. Are there any other features like these??? ;-)

 

Thanks,

Jim

Pismo Beach, CA

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Thanks for the quick reply...

 

I tried this again today with the same results:

 

Create a folder for testing, and copy a .cpp (or other) file into it.

From the "Edit" menu, select "Replace in Files"

 

On the dialog: 

Look in:          Browse to the desired directory

For files named: *.*

Set the find/replace strings as desired.

 

When I click "Replace", everything is turned upper case, except my particular

replace string, which happened to be lower case.

 

I just tried it again with another file (*.h) with the same results.

Like I said before, the is version 5.8 as stated in the "About" box.

 

Also, you mentioned the ctrl+shift+u command... but I don't see it documented

anywhere.  Are there any other features like these??? ;-)

 

Still can't reproduce. Maybe something in our environments is different. Anybody else sees this problem? Wich Windows version do you use?

 

Regards,

Pavel

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