Sunday, January 17th 2021
Cut and paste the text you want to perform regular expression find and replace on in the "Input/Output" box.
Enter the "Match" and "Replace" criteria.
Set which options you may need (gim - g for global, i for case insensitive, m for multiline by default).
Click "Run" to execute and text will change.
You can add additional operations by clicking the "Add" button. If you need to disable an operation uncheck the checkbox at the end of the operation line. If multiple operations exist the script will run each operation based on the results of the previous operation (chaining). If you wish to run these operations again in the future, you can export a configuration file containing your operation configuration. Just use the "Export Config" button. You can reimport them later. Need the results of your scripts in a file? Just use the "Export Results" button to save to a text file.Final Thoughts
This tool is provided as is. No warranty. Use at your own risk. I just built this to solve a problem I have. This may not work for you. But I'm happy to share it with you.Tool