Find/Change "negatively" on a paragraph/character/object property (i.e., look for a style set to anything BUT 13pt)
It would be nice if find/change had to ability to search for everything BUT something. For example, if I had a style named "text" where the leading was defined as 13pt but I wanted to only find instances where the leading was NOT set the 13pt because of some local override. But these overrides might be 14pt or 15pt, but that would required 2 or more separate searches. I don't necessarily know how many paragraphs have been locally overridden from the set 13 unless I page through and look for each paragraph by sight. I realize the local Style Override Highlighter reveals this info to some degree, but there may be hundreds of paragraphs in my book that have been adjusted to something other than 13pt. I am a typesetter, and sometimes we typeset old books. We pull old files, but are using the same text in a completely new design, but want to get rid of the local overrides from the old design, but only on specific styles (not universally). This would be useful in other contexts as well, of course, that's just an example of something I would use it for. I am aware that Negative Lookahead/Behind are some variation of looking for something "negatively," but it would be nice to do this more universally with any paragraph/character/object property/setting.
Peter Kahrel commented