“Literal text” is one of the patterns that you can select on the Match panel. Use this pattern to make a field match a specific piece of text exactly as you type it in.
Turn on to make the field ignore the differences in uppercase and lowercase letters between the text you specify below and the actual text the regex will match.
Turn on to make the field match any text except the text that you have specified. The minimum and maximum number of times you set to repeat this field then specifies the minimum and maximum number of characters this field can match.
Turn off to make the field match the text that you have specified. If you set the field to repeat more than once, the field will try to match the entire block of text as many times as you specified.
Turn on to allow this field to match more than one line of text. Turn off to require this field's match to stay within one line.
This option is only used when "match any text except the specified text" is turned on.
Type in or paste in the text this field should match.
This control is a full-featured text editor. You can cut, copy and paste with Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V as usual.
The literal text can span across multiple lines. Press Enter to insert a line break.