Hi all, I'm doing a big project, with a lot of html text to transform in simple text. I'd like to ask you if you find something wich could help me. I have this string: [[Papal Apartments]], some of the [[Roman Catholic Church|Catholic Church's]] government offices,
it's written as you see, with all "[". So I need to cancel "[[" when they have only one term, as "Papal Apartments" but in the second case I have a big problem. in: [[Roman Catholic Church|Catholic Church's]] I need to keep "Roman Catholic Church" and delete Catholic Church's.
I tried with \ | . + \ ] \ ] , but I did not work, as it keeps from | Catholich Church's to the end of the line where there's another couple of "]]" . How to tell it to stop when it finds the FIRST couple of ]] ?
Hope it's clear... but I'm not sure !
Second question is: how to do all times the same changes, can I store more than one find and replace toghether and let it do all automatically ? I save each one , but I'd like it applies all , maybe to a new group of files. As were a recorded macro, for example.
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