How can I find plain text files (in this case .CSS files) that contain a "rogue" character?
The character is called "INFORMATION SEPARATOR FOUR" or "file separator" or Alt/028 ( http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode ... /index.htm )
In fact I can duplicate the problem in TextPad (7.2) by entering the character by holding down Alt and hitting 028 on numeric keyboard.
My problem however is how do I find and replace these characters that have infected a number of my CSS files? Because (unsurprisingly) you cant enter Alt/028 into the search and replace box in either TextPad... nor in Agent Ransack nor in FileLocatorPro.
In TextPad I can find this character by entering the search string of \x1c and doing a regular expression search. However sadly neither Agent Ransack nor FileLocatorPro seem to find the rogue character when I search using that string using "regular expression"...