^\*[^*]+\* will also work.
Equality: 1 point everywhere. Peter, Service!
[ Even if, finally, I prefer yours! cooler! ]
Really interesting to see that by using [^*]+ or [^$]+ instead of .+ InDesign is treating the entire story like a single paragraph.
I would have us this one...
I always forget the existence of this code (?s) since I addressed the issue with [^$].
It is an unfortunate mistake. Thank you for reminding me. In any case, excellent way!
3 tips so! For me, Peter's solution remains the most "obvious" and "natural"!
To be continued! …
Thank you Obi-wan, Peter, and Jean-Claude.
All three codes work in InDesign. Interestingly enough, though, none of them work in Openoffice Writer (a Microsoft Word wannabe) even with the "regular expressions" check-box checked.
Regular expressions in Word (as sample) seem less cool than in InDesign.
You find the same thing!