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If enabled, when Kate receives focus you will be asked what to do with files that have been modified on the hard disk. If not enabled, you will be asked what to do with a file that has been modified on the hard disk only when that file gains focus inside Kate.
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Located in app/kateconfigdialog.cpp:135
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Right Sidebar
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Located in app/katemdi.cpp:474
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<p>Enter the expression you want to search for here.<p>If 'regular expression' is unchecked, any non-space letters in your expression will be escaped with a backslash character.<p>Possible meta characters are:<br><b>.</b> - Matches any character<br><b>^</b> - Matches the beginning of a line<br><b>$</b> - Matches the end of a line<br><b>\&lt;</b> - Matches the beginning of a word<br><b>\&gt;</b> - Matches the end of a word<p>The following repetition operators exist:<br><b>?</b> - The preceding item is matched at most once<br><b>*</b> - The preceding item is matched zero or more times<br><b>+</b> - The preceding item is matched one or more times<br><b>{<i>n</i>}</b> - The preceding item is matched exactly <i>n</i> times<br><b>{<i>n</i>,}</b> - The preceding item is matched <i>n</i> or more times<br><b>{,<i>n</i>}</b> - The preceding item is matched at most <i>n</i> times<br><b>{<i>n</i>,<i>m</i>}</b> - The preceding item is matched at least <i>n</i>, but at most <i>m</i> times.<p>Furthermore, backreferences to bracketed subexpressions are available via the notation <code>\#</code>.<p>See the grep(1) documentation for the full documentation.
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Located in app/kategrepdialog.cpp:201
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<p>You can open the currently edited file in any other application from within
Kate.</p>
<p>Choose <strong>File -&gt; Open With</strong> for the list of programs
configured
for the document type. There is also an option <strong>Other...</strong> to
choose any application on your system.</p>
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Located in tips.cpp:54
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<p>You can do cool sed-like regular expression replacements using <em>Command Line</em>.</p>
<p>For example, press <strong>F7</strong> and enter <code>s /oldtext/newtext/g</code>
to replace &quot;oldtext&quot; with &quot;newtext&quot; throughout the current
line.</p>
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Located in tips.cpp:86
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