How to insert blank line in between every line
Is there a way to easily “double-space” my document by inserting a blank line in between every line I have selected or all lines in the document? I don’t see a one-click solution for this under Edit->Line Operations
andrecool-68 last edited by andrecool-68
Option Find and Replace
This will add an empty line to each line.
Hmmmmmm. Well, that might be bad if the OP is using anything other than Unix/Linux line endings. Plus, I wouldn’t think that the user would want to turn blank lines into a bigger section of blank lines.
Search mode: Regular expression
To be better, go with:
(…since we don’t know the user’s setting of the
. matches newlinecheckbox. The above change makes that checkbox’s setting irrelevant.)
Alternatively, a well-placed
?in the original would have made it okay, even without the
(?-s)and without caring about the checkbox setting:
And no, Peter, repeated postings by me here is not a veiled attempt for more upvotes. :)
Ekopalypse last edited by
hmm - what about
Alan Kilborn last edited by Alan Kilborn
For me, that puts too much “blankness” in certain spots (say, between “paragraphs”). But since we have no idea really what the OP wants for this circumstance…
I’m editing a list of trackers for torrenting. For better readability, I want each line to be spaced apart. For example,
Alan Kilborn provided the correct Find/Replace solution. Thank you!