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I've tried a search on "date" and replace with @date@
The only thing that happens is my original "date" is removed.
How do I insert a date ? I thought replacing with @date@ would work but does not.
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This may be related to the software bug I reported on Dec 10, which will be fixed in the next release.
Your description really needed to provide more details.
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Hi Tom, this works fine here. The @date@ macro is unaffected by other fixed. Which search/replace type are you using? Can you post a sample?