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Find: class (\w+)\(Templates\.(\w+)\):Replace: from PyitectConsumes import $2_Template\n\n\nclass $1($2_Template):
from PyitectConsumes import WeatherEffects_Dialog_Templateclass WeatherEffects_Dialog(WeatherEffects_Dialog_Template):