Hello!I have been trying to figure out how to select all line endings at the same time no matter if the ending is .com or .org. I have been doing this for the last few hours without any luck. If somebody could help a little bit, I would really appreciate
A regular expression search for this perhaps?
Thank You for helping, however, I'm a regular user and complex things like that just don't make sense. Could You please clarify?
Thanks mate, I figured it out. Thanks for the help, wish You all the best!
Open up the find panel, command/control+F. The leftmost button in the find panel is "Regex." If you turn this on, you can paste quarnster's regular expression into the find panel. Then just press find all.
Hey man, yes I did just that and everything works. Thanks for the help also, wish You all the best!
If you just want to select every line, you can select the lines of interest, and then use the Selection/Split into Lines menu item.
A very nice and handy way of accomplishing this: COLUMN-SELECT a column in all the lines (right-shift + right mouse button), then press the "end" key on your keyboard. While pressing the shift key you can now also select the trailing x characters by pressing the left arrow button x times!