Edit multiple text expanders

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sqlz
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Post by sqlz » May 14th, ’19, 15:43

Hi!
I have multiple text expanders as shortcuts to describe mailings to different companies:
Mail to ABC - "content",
Mail to DEF - "content".

It is important that ABC and DEF are in capitals.
I noticed that when i select the format as html the capitals are respected.
What it means, beats me xp

Question now is: can I select multiple lines to change the format to html?

(or is rich text a better option?)

Thanks!
Greetings from a noob xp
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Tom
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Post by Tom » May 15th, ’19, 06:12

This is currently not possible, you need to change the format of each item separately.
sqlz
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Post by sqlz » May 15th, ’19, 07:00

Ok, thx!
If I want a string replaced with a sentence that respects the capitals like ABC instead of Abc is the "html" format best?
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Post by Tom » May 15th, ’19, 17:03

I'm not sure what you mean, the replacement will be the exact text you specify in a substitute field. There is no difference with rich-text, if you need case sensitive abbreviations, there is an option for that. The best is to use non formatted text.
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