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Meszaros Csaba it look really good, I still testing your program and so far the only problem that has is when you press Processing button without making any selection the script Error out.

This is the message

AutoIt Error

Line 0 (File "C:\RenameIt.exe")

For $i=1 To $tobe[0]

For $i=1 to $tobe^ERROR

Error: Subscript used with non-Array variable.

Other than that good job!!!

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I'm sorry, my network is awfull, I'll try to upload just once more

Csaba

No need to create a new post if the upload failed.. just click the EDIT button to add the files. :lmao:

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No need to create a new post if the upload failed.. just click the EDIT button to add the files. :lmao:

Can you use your magical moderator powers and clean this thread up and delete the other threads. Rather unsightly seeing the same message 10 times or something.
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At last, I succeeded. The program is in my previous reply.

The program's features (why better than REN or F2):

-you can select as many files you want

-you can apply filters, numbering, character replacement, cropping...

-you can manually rename a list of choosen files with a dialog window...

-you can rename the originals or create renamed copies in a folder you want

-you can print the file-content of the selected folder to a .txt file

Is this enough ?

Csaba

Still, if you encounter an error, please report to me

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