If you're dealing with a text that's got the same error running all the way through it then it's incredibly tedious to go through it and remove the errors one by one. TextSoap is a very powerful but simple text scanning and searching tool which allows you to search and scan texts from a variety of sources looking for words or phrases that have been written in error.
TextSoap works either via its own built-in editor or a plug-in inside an application. It's not just a text replacement tool, however - it can also help with formatting issues such as erroneous bold and italic tags as well as HTML tags. If you deal with lots of documents in different formats everyday, Textsoap can be a real time saver.
Beyond this, TextSoap will also remove extra spaces, fix broken paragraphs and remove email forwarding marks. Although its job is rather simple, working out how to use it isn't quite so easy. There are lots of preset clean-up features available, but TextSoap usually ends up selecting absolutely everything including those parts of text that you don't want to change.
That said, TextSoap is still much more efficient at finding and replacing errors than going through them yourself.
- Fixed: When using uHHHH to specify Unicode in regex replacement character, app could throw exception.
- Fixed: Title case would not work correctly with words that contained diacriticals.
- Fixed: Custom OS X Services were sometimes not correctly updated when custom cleaners or groups were changed.
- Fixed: Issues with individually importing older custom cleaners (from version 5 or 6).
- Fixed: In some cases, older database was not properly converted.
- Fixed: App could crash when user deleted last custom cleaner and then created a new custom cleaner.