Is there any way to replace-all within a file without using the mouse? or do replace-all within a macro?
I can get command-R to pull up the replace dialog at the top of the page, enter text-to-find, tab, enter text-to-replace-with, and I can replace the instances one at a time by hitting Enter over and over (and over and over) but I don't see any way to just replace-all at once without grabbing the mouse. This also seems to prevent doing a replace-all-within-file as part of a macro. Recording a macro with a ton of 'Enter' presses didn't give good results. I also tried replace-all in path, but it requires a directory and doesn't let you do a single file.
This seems pretty basic.. please tell me I'm missing something.