Renamer – rename files fast without jumping

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Renamer

Rename files fast and easy

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Usage

  1. Load a folder
  2. Rename files
  3. Hit Refresh

 

The Problem: After renaming a file, user control is taken away

Renamer fixes this problem by not refreshing the view.

 

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4 thoughts on “Renamer – rename files fast without jumping

  • 3. May 2017 at 17:16
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    hi,
    will this preview and rename pdf’s?

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    • 17. May 2017 at 14:28
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      Yes it does. Update to newest version in the App Store. It does preview PDFs.

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  • 27. July 2018 at 02:20
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    Hi. If I have a lot of existing files named eg: “20180727 Cleaner $85.00.pdf”, can your software batch rename them to add a dash between the dates so that the file name becomes “2018-07-27 Cleaner $85.00.pdf”?

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    • 19. August 2018 at 11:36
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      No, not right now. But you can run this script:

      #!/bin/bash ## example usage: ## open Terminal ## 1. cd to folder with your 20180726 Cleaner $85.00.pdf files ## 2. copy renamer.sh to that folder ## 3. run bash ./renamer.sh *.pdf ## FILES=`ls *.pdf` find . -depth 1 -iname "*.pdf" | while read f do echo " - Processing file: \"$f\"" # take action on each file. $f store current file name str_date=${f:0:10}; str_rest=${f:10:99}; date_yyyy=${str_date:2:4} date_mm=${str_date:6:2} date_dd=${str_date:8:2} #echo $str_date; #echo $str_rest; new_file_name="$date_yyyy-$date_mm-$date_dd$str_rest"; echo "- new file:$new_file_name"; mv "$f" "$new_file_name"; done ## EOF.

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