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TexStudio, How to search regexp to the next }-bracket

I have a macros in my tex-file like \tmp{#1}{#2} and I would like to replace it with, e.g., a string. However, if I search for \\tmp\{.*\}\{.*\} the search also highlights entire constructions like ...
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How to Hide Searchable Text Behind a Figure/Image

I am recreating a 1960s manual in LaTeX. Some of my included images have part numbers that I would like to search for within the document without explicitly printing the text below the figure. I ...
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How to automatically search and assign a macro around items from a list in ConTeXt? [duplicate]

Suppose I have a document like this, in ConTeXt: \define[1]\mymacro{{\it #1}} \starttext This is some text. There are some key words in this text, but I need the code to automatically find ...
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Changing the position of the searchable word when using package accsupp

I used the answer of my question when using package accsupp so that the text can be found in Zathura pdf viewer when leaning over the "circle connection bar". And also I tried to save code using the ...
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Make words like naïve searchable via naive

very short question about the handling of umlaut and other unicode characters. Is it possible to make them searchable via their ascii-"equivalent" (e.g. a for ä)? Or can that only be done by the pdf ...
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Make portions of document images so that text within is not-searchable

I would like to create a macro that converts its paramater into an image with the goal that the text within this macro is not found using the search feature built into standard PDF viewers. Thus, ...
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Let tex search a file inside a folder?

As mentioned in my last question i have problems with \input command and relative paths which getting wrong. I also tried the import-package but don't get this to work. Till now I just have two ...
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TexShop Find All missing

Earlier versions of TexShop had a "Find All" button in the find panel (along with "Replace All", "Find Next", etc), which popped up a list of all the instances of the search string, with line numbers. ...