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Hi, how can I change regex match to case sensitive in Custom Command conditions?

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In my initial question it should be: 'to be case sensitive', sorry.

It doesn't matter if I use [a-z]+ or [A-Z]+ in regex pattern, but it should. And I need to recognize if the letters in parameter are capital or not..

Live example is screenshot from my initial question.

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Hello,

For the condition to be met when the parameter value contains only uppercase letters, you need to use the following regular expression: (?-i)^[A-Z]*$

For lower case: (?-i)^[a-z]*$

For the condition to be met when the parameter value starts with a single capital letter followed by lowercase letters, use the following regular expression: (?-i)^[A-Z]{1}[a-z]*$

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