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How do I change the order mixed up, Notepad ++ xml file.
FO_KEP> change to OSSZESZERELESI_KEP>,
Unfortunately, the ctrl + shift + down is not good because I have 3500 TERMEK>.

"before"

<TERMEK> <TERMEK_KOD>01008213</TERMEK_KOD> <FO_KEP>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/obrazky/01008213.jpg</FO_KEP> <OSSZESZERELESI_KEP>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/dokumenty/Vratko_montazny_navod.jpg</OSSZESZERELESI_KEP> <OBRAZKY>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/2341000/2341428/245320712.jpg</OBRAZKY> </TERMEK>

"after"

<TERMEK> <TERMEK_KOD>01008213</TERMEK_KOD> <OSSZESZERELESI_KEP>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/dokumenty/Vratko_montazny_navod.jpg</OSSZESZERELESI_KEP> <FO_KEP>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/obrazky/01008213.jpg</FO_KEP> <OBRAZKY>https://www.temponabytok.sk/Files/2341000/2341428/245320712.jpg</OBRAZKY> </TERMEK>

  • I can't tell what you are asking. Can you please edit your question to include some kind of "before" and "after" state? Then we might be able to help you figure out how to automate making that change. – a CVn Feb 23 '17 at 12:25
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    Please edit and add text samples (not images) for before and after so we can use then for testing. – DavidPostill Feb 23 '17 at 13:40
  • texts are supposed to be copy and paste, not as an image meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/303812/… – phuclv Feb 23 '17 at 15:15
  • bocsánat de ha beillesztem szöveg ként vagy megjegyzés ként akkor elvesziti a <>>< ben lévő karaktereket. de köszönöm hogy foglalkoztok vele. – Ákos Oberling Feb 23 '17 at 15:54
  • after inserting the text you can format it as code (select it and press CTRL+K), so you won't loose any characters – Máté Juhász Feb 23 '17 at 20:40
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You can achieve it with find and replace:

  • open find and replace dialog (CTRL+H)
  • check "regular expression"
  • find what:
    (<FO_KEP>[^<]*<\/FO_KEP>)\r?\n(<OSSZESZERELESI_KEP>[^<]*<\/OSSZESZERELESI_KEP>)
  • replace to:
    \2\n\1
  • Press "replace all"

You can test the expression here.

  • I'm happy it helped! if it solved your problem, then please accept it as an answer. – Máté Juhász Feb 24 '17 at 10:26

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