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IF FindReplace = TRUE and AnyGlyphFindReplace = TRUE THEN
    PRINT "I will be very happy to use Publisher"
    PRINT "I will be stucked with InDesign"
    PRINT "Quark is not in consideration because it does not support this feature"

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And nested style/GREP, scripts... there're so many things usefull and fun in ID that it'll be difficult to find a replacement or to wait for such features in a new application.

I spend years doing "manually" some search and replace in QXD dreaming about being able to use some regular expressions...

Some features are only used by advanced users (I know a lot of people doing without and using fast clicking instead...) but it's nice to be able to think about a problem and resolve it with such tools or with scripts when needed.

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