Table of Contents
The KFileReplace toolbar should looks like this:
The toolbar shows you the buttons of the main functionalities.
- Customize Search/Replace Session
This button shows a session dialog in which you can set several basic options; if KFileReplace run as standalone application you should click this button as first step.
This button starts a search loop.
This button starts a simulated search&replace loop. Nothing really happens when you click this button.
This button starts a search&replace loop. When a string has been found, KFileReplace replaces it with another string.
This button stops an operation.
- Add String
This button opens the Add Strings dialog in which you can edit your string list.
- Delete String
This button deletes the selected (or the current if there is no selection) string from the list.
- Edit Selected String
This button edits a selected string.
- Empty Strings List
This button deletes all the strings in the list.
- Invert Current String
This button swaps the search string with the replace string, so you can revert a search/replace operation.
- Load Strings List From File
This button loads a string list saved in a xml file with a
- Include Sub-Folders
This button allows you to search/replace recursively in the subfolders of your base directory.
- Create Backup Files
This button enables generation of backup files.
- Case Sensitive
This button enables case-sensitive searching.
- Enable Commands in Replace String
This button enables commands capability. Commands are special strings. See the section called “Commands”.
- Enable Regular Expressions
This button enables Qt™-like regular expressions.