I'm revising some long-ignored pages where for emphasis in text formatted with Paragraph, I would use bold. For quite a while, now, though, I've been italicizing text for emphasis, rather than using bold.
Once I come across such a page, I've actually figured out how to quick-change all of that with a pair of search-and-replaces in Code view.
However, there are likely other such pages, and I'm looking for a more efficient way to locate them than the "visually look for bold text in everything I wrote before a certain time" method.
So, has anyone figured out if it's possible to find markdown code via Search? Just searching for it like anything else produces no results.
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Bonjour @Patrick O_Connell ! The only way I know to do it would be via the API. In other words, write a Python script to crawl through the pages to do the regex for you.
If your pages are all in one space, you could kludge it by just changing your CSS. ;-). You might be able to write your rule tight enough to limit its "damage". But you have to remember you have done that to know why bolding won't work.
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