the replace filter find string ',' comma, with '\n' new line character is not able to replace expression
vm-99 teste01, vm-300 teste02,
vm-99 teste01\n vm-300 teste02\n
need to have new line before each 'vm' string...
The first thing that comes to mind for me without seeing your actual filter is that you've typed the string literal '\n' as opposed to typing a new line (i.e hitting the 'enter' key). If you type a new line you'll see in your results filter that OO enters "\n", however if you type '\n' then you'll see in your results filter that OO enters "\\n"