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ReName v0.3 (En, Ru)

Drag the folder to the "ListView", then choose the rule, then perform a test for a preview of names, then rename.

ReName.7z (300kb sources + EXE)

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Update

+Upper case, Lower case

+replacement named by an integer

*While-WEnd > GUIOnEventMode

*changed the path records in file recovery

*full recovery of names using MD5 (including duplicates in the folder)

Edited by AZJIO

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Thnks ...

script very good

would only be better in English

Edited by 10031992

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Thnks ...

script very good

would only be better in English

I ran the script and it automatically switches between russian and english, depending upon the language the OS is running in.

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I ran the script and it automatically switches between russian and english, depending upon the language the OS is running in.

Yes ...

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Posted (edited)

First of all, sorry for opening the old topic.

Then I say thank you for providing this software.
It has a lot of benefit for me.

Question
 

Is there a way to rename file names from multiple changes in one go with this software?

rename ä to ae
rename ö to oe
ü rename to ue
Rename "" (space) to _ (underscore)

Is this possible?

unfortunately I don't know about regex

Edited by Bazii
literal error

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Simple way :

#include <Constants.au3>

Local $sFile = "rämödü test.txt"

$sFile = StringReplace(StringReplace(StringReplace(StringReplace($sFile,"ä","ae"),"ö","oe"),"ü","ue")," ","_")
MsgBox ($MB_SYSTEMMODAL,"",$sFile)

 

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5 hours ago, AZJIO said:

Bazii

Use translit. Create a file to replace letters.

@AZJIO It worked perfectly with the own generated translit file. Thank you very much!
ReName is unique and works very reliable.

@Nine Thank you very much for your example.

 

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