Scripts – Format of Script Files (Simple)
The simplest script possible is a text file consisting of a search string(s) separated by blank lines or a search/replace string(s) on adjacent lines.
For example, when a text file consisting of:
is loaded in the script editor, the strings “mailto:” and “<table” would be entered as two separate search strings.
When a text file consisting of:
is loaded in the script editor, the search/replace combos of “Windows 31″ / “Windows 95″ and “Windows NT” / “Windows 2000″ would be entered as two separate pairs in the search string and replace string fields.
See Import Search/Replace Strings for an additional example.