Search and replace utility with Unicode/UTF-8 support. Extensive regular expressions with extended syntax. Preview each replacement. Windows scripting, command line parameters. Update all of your files at once, locally or via FTP.
Description: Multi-purpose search and replace tool with full Unicode support. Text Workbench will increase your productivity and save hours of manual editing you spend daily for updating your files at your local disks or via FTP.
It is a powerful unified solution for web masters, software and web developers, technical writers and anyone else who wants to search and/or replace text in many files quickly and easily.
Enjoy full Unicode and UTF-8 support. Preview replacements before they are made. Use Windows Scripting and command line switches to automate tasks. A Folder Selector is provided for faster folder navigation. Sort out files using search, size, date and property filters.
Use regular expressions with extended syntax to insert filenames, transform entities and transform file paths. Use a special built-in tool to create and test your regular expressions. Replace many text strings at once through the use of scenarios aka batch replace jobs. File renamer feature is also available. Image browser for even better convenience. Process Word and Excel files.
Use the embedded text editor with syntax highlighting without having to switch to a third-party text editor. Save configurations for later use and share. Enjoy huge file support - up to 8 exabytes.
All this is delivered in a clear, well-rounded user-interface that enables you to jumpstart your first replacement job in seconds.
Change Info: 1. Fixed a very rare issue hanging Text Workbench when the file's last character and the first one of the search text are equal. 2. Windows Explorer context menus now use shell extensions instead of registry entries. 3. GdiPlus excluded from the installation file.
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