What is the correct way to replace with a newline?
I have tried the below and '\n' and these do not work
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- DDaniel Horton @daniel.horton
Thank you for raising this. We will update the Regex Replace to support parser markers (such as <LF>, <CR>, <TAB>, etc). This will then mean you can use within your replace making the content look like this:
Parser Markers from our help files
Marker Details Example <CR> A carriage return character " ,<cr>" - look for space, comma or carriage return. <LF> A line feed character " :<lf>" - look for : or line feed. <TAB> A tab character " <tab>" - look for a space or a tab. <ESC> An escape character " <tab><esc><cr>" - look for a space, tab, esc or carriage return. <CRLF> A carriage return + line feed "<tab><crlf>" - look for a tab or carriage return + line feed. <BLANKLINE> A blank line " <blankline>" - look for a space or a blank line. <END> End of data " ,<cr><end>" - look for space, comma, carriage return or end of data.
@daniel.horton I don't see this in the latest release notes, still in the works?:
5.0.900 (14th December 2022)
Fix: Fixed issue with Run A Report action. The report designer crashed if an external Excel or CSV data source was added. Fix: Fixed issue with IMAP Message Source not reading new messages after first run when connected to certain IMAP servers. Fix: Fixed issue with Office 365 Create Appointment action where an All Day Event spanned multiple dates. Improvement: The Print action header font was too small. Improvement: The Run A Program action now has an option to execute the process via the Studio/Desktop Connector. See updated action help for more information.