[OS X TeX] Shortcut for 'Replace and Find again' in TeXshop ?

Claus Gerhardt claus.gerhardt at uni-heidelberg.de
Tue Feb 15 06:15:10 EST 2011

You should use a "find and replace" for multiple files. BBEdit or sed can handle this. A GUI for sed can be found here



On Feb 12, 2011, at 12:12, Eric van der Oord wrote:

> Hi all ,
> I have to handle thousands  on pages of bad formated TeX documents, and need an efficient "Search and replace".
> In a precedent thread,  I've complained about the fact that clicking in the ogrekit window of TexShop de-activates the window of the text handled, and then the find results are "light gray" highlighted and hard to see.
> I was gently told to quit  the ogrekit window, and use  <Command>-G  for "search again" in the window of the text handled.
> Well, is there some shortcut for "Replace and Find again" ? I don't find it in the help file...
> Thanks for any help
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