|Apr 28, 2011, 05:59 PM||#1|
Adobe Indesign GREP Help
Not so great at GREPs for Adobe Indesign. Would anyone care to help me figure out a GREP statement for the following scenarios:
1) Find letter x which occurs before letter a, ie 'xa'. Apply character style 1 to x.
2) Find letter combo xx. Apply character style 2 to the first x of this combo.
Any help would be much appreciated. I have an account on adobe.com, but i can't create threads there for some reason. This seemed like the next best place?
|Mar 4, 2014, 02:25 PM||#3|
Im trying to write a grep to convert improperly styled times on a calendar to the proper style.
I want the grep to find am. and change it to a.m.
But since there is the possibility of having an am. being part of a show title such as Sam I am. I wanted to use a look behind to exclude an am. that is preceded by an I and a blank space.
The negative lookbehind grep I was writing looks like this:
I also tried a positive lookbehind for an am. preceded by a space and a digit to narrow the types of am.s that could be selected
The first one still selects the am. following the I and the space.
The second selects nothing.
Any ideas on how to use a lookbehind to select only the am. following a digit and a space?
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