Should do the basic search.
But I'm sure GREP enthusiasts will come up with a more elegant solution.
I'm thinking about excluding emails or URL of the query, i.e.
Assuming new sentence always starts with Capital letter:
Well, it's not more elegant and still can give you a certain number of false positives (depends on actual text).
I don't know about elegance, but you don't want to have to type in the change each time. This will work as a complete Find/Change:
Note: There's a space between \. and $1
Does this ever happen with question marks or exclamation marks? If so there should be a way to do it for those too. I just don't know it myself.
I guess, vinny and I just wanted to leave some space for OP's creative mind
Well, this one will insert a space after any punctuation and any character (with Change to field revealed):
Find what: ([[:punct:]])(\w)
Change to: $1 $2
And for question and exclamation marks only, a bit different approach:
Find what: [\?\!]\K\w
Change to: \s$0
It works perfectly, thanks!
It works too, thank you!
Perfect! Thank you!
Forum is incredibly laggy today, while everything other is just fine. Am I the one? Question is already marked as 'answered', but one of my (rather early) posts is still 'being moderated'