Prior to TextPipe version 9.5, this was the ONLY way that some Unicode characters could be used as UTF-8 supported replacements.
The serious implication is that the latest version of TextPipe is NOT backwards compatible!
Here's what my subfilter used to do.
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Perl pattern [<<] with [\xE2\x80\x9C] [X] Match case [ ] Whole words only [ ] Case sensitive replace [ ] Prompt on replace [ ] Skip prompt if identical [ ] First only [ ] Extract matches Maximum text buffer size 4096 [ ] Maximum match (greedy) [ ] Allow comments [ ] '.' matches newline [X] UTF-8 Support Further search/replace list phrases (CSV format): >>,\xE2\x80\x9D <,\xE2\x80\x98 >,\xE2\x80\x99 \x7c,