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Mar 08, 2017

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In previous versions of DW, in code view, you could select all, right click, choose Selection/Convert tags to lowercase. That is not available in DW CC even though the manual gives that as the instruction on page 390. I've reported this to software engineers but does anyone know of a way to convert tags to lowercase besides individually in the tag library? Thanks.

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Convert tags to lowercase

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In previous versions of DW, in code view, you could select all, right click, choose Selection/Convert tags to lowercase. That is not available in DW CC even though the manual gives that as the instruction on page 390. I've reported this to software engineers but does anyone know of a way to convert tags to lowercase besides individually in the tag library? Thanks.

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LEGEND ,
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Select the text to convert -

Select - Edit - Text - convert to lower case.

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Mar 08, 2017

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Just want to convert tags to lowercase, not text. Let me know if you have ideas on that.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 08, 2017

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It appears the option to convert tags to upper/lower case has been removed from the context menu all together. I can't find any documentation on it though, most other menu changes are documented by Adobe here:

Redesigned menus

Unfortunately, the option Paula points to will affect ALL selected text, not just the tags that may need to be corrected within a large block of code, potentially leading to a huge number of selections being made in a single document.

This would be a good candidate for "a feature returning to the program". I know I'd up vote it at Help > Submit Bug/Feature Request if you start a new thread there.

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 08, 2017

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Yes, I've already reported it as a bug and I really need it available in the contextual menu again. The DW CC manual still has the instructions to do it like I've always done it but it is not listed in the menu.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Unfortunately, the user guides have not been updated for CC 2017 yet.  Most of the available info is for previous versions.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 08, 2017

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CC2017 was a major departure from all previous versions. It may be the scrapping of the old Code View interface for Brackets doesn't allow for that option anymore.

If it's absolutely necessary, fire up CC2015 to do it, the manual you are using would be closer to CC2015 anyway.

As a paid subscriber, you can have both (actually, all 5) CC versions installed on the same machines at the same time. They just won't run at the same time.

To do that, you can follow the instructions here: How to Find and Install Previous Version of Adobe Apps in CC 2015 | Adobe Customer Care Team

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Thanks for all the comments. I went to another machine and opened in DW CC 6. Will check on having that reinstalled.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 08, 2017

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The problems with Find and Replace are well known to the Adobe engineers. Very loud whispers tell me that a solution may well be in a not too distant upgrade. In the meantime, using an earlier version is the best workaround.


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Mar 05, 2019

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Has this been solved? I guess not?

Some emailprogram accidentally uppercased all elements for one of my html-emails and its bugging me. Trying to code format with dreamweaver, but it still seems lacking case support.

I was setting the tag libraries and there is a button to set case to lowercase as "default", but after clicking it, i get this info

It doesnt seem to me like i can format my code to lowercase elements.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 05, 2019

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See screenshot.  You'll find Apply Source Formatting icon in the Common Toolbar (left side of screen).

CC-applySourceFormatting.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 05, 2019

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As far as I can see, Dreamweaver CC 2015 Is the last verion to have the convert case of tags feature, since CC 2017 when Brackets was integrated its been lost and also there's no option to select the default case of tags in edit > preferences > code format either from CC 2017 onwards.

Does apply source formatting work and convert tags to lowercase if you have it set in Tag libraries? It does NOT when I tested in CC 2019 (Windows 10).


Paul-M, ACP - www.webspectrum.co.uk

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 05, 2019

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You're right.  It's broken.

Something is missing from the Format Code panel.

If you attempt to make lowercase the default in Tag Library Editor, a warning message pops up directing users back to the Format Code panel.    !!!????

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Yep the Dreamweaver pre release at least fixes the formatting of tags to upper/lowecase but you have set case of EACH tag one by one in tag libraries as they've never restored the global option that used to be there in CC 2015.


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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 05, 2019

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Open document in NoteTab Light (the free version).

https://www.notetab.com/notetab-light

Go to Modify > Change HTML Tags > To Lower Case.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 05, 2019

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OK ... I tested in the latest pre-release of Dreamweaver and the 'apply source formatting' tool DOES convert tags to lowercase or uppercase depending on your settings in tag libraries, so it seems this has been fixed in the next release

However I still don't see a way to set a global default for upper or lowercase tags? Which presumbaly means you have to set case of each tag individually in tag libraries as the setting 'default' seems to do nothing? The seems a bit tedious.

So unless I'm mistaken you'll have to install CC 2015 to do this for now ....


Paul-M, ACP - www.webspectrum.co.uk

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Explorer ,
Mar 06, 2019

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Voted, thank you for your help.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You are welcome ... My approach at the moment is to have both Dreamweaver CC 2015 and Dreamweaver CC 2019 installed together ... and if I need to use the apply source formatting tool I'll quickly open the file(s) in Dreamweaver CC 2015 to do that .....

The next release of Dreamweaver should fix a lot of issues with the apply source formatting tool, hopefully they'll manaage to put the global setting for upper/lowercase tags back in too (fingers crossed)


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