<replace> tag

The <replace> tag specifies the text replacement values in a project.

Note: If you are using a bidirectional code page, refer to ZIETrans User's and Administrator's Guide.
The attributes of the <replace> tag are:
caseSensitive
Specifies whether the case of text replacement values must match before text replacement occurs. Valid values are true and false. The default is false.
from
Specifies the text you want to replace. The text on the from attribute must be enclosed in quotes.
to
When replacing text with text or HTML coding (Web only), specifies the replacement string you want to insert in place of the value specified on the from attribute. The replacement string on the to attribute must be enclosed in quotes. If you want to replace the text with a button or a link, the code for the button or link must be added inside the quotes.
regularExpression
Specifies whether Java™ regular expression support is used as part of the text replacement algorithm. A regular expression is a pattern of characters that describes a set of strings. You can use regular expressions to find and modify occurrences of a pattern. Valid values are true and false. The default is false.
toImage
When replacing text with an image, specifies the path and name of the image you want to insert in place of the value specified on the from attribute. The path and name of the image on the toImage attribute must be enclosed in quotes.
matchLTR
When using a bidirectional code page, specifies whether the value specified on the from attribute is replaced on left-to-right screens. Valid values are true and false. The default is true.
matchRTL
When using a bidirectional code page, specifies whether the value specified on the from attribute is replaced on right-to-left screens. Valid values are true and false. The default is false.
matchReverse
When using a bidirectional code page, specifies whether the value specified on the from attribute is replaced when the section of the screen in which it appears has been reversed from the original direction of the page. Valid values are true and false. The default is false.
Note: Care should be taken when using text replacement. Text replacement with a disparate number of characters in the strings can cause changes in the representation of the screen. Depending on the widget used for presenting a region of a screen, text on a line of the screen can be contracted, expanded, or forced to a new line.