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Subject: Re: quick question about flash renamer

Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2005 18:58:36 +0100

Thank you for the suggestion. I'll think about how to implement it in future
versions!

// Dan


----- Original Message -----
From: Ralph
To: RL
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 11:34 PM
Subject: Re: quick question about Flash Renamer


I'm now registered, thanks. I had to create my own replace.txt to replace
all the special characters, but it worked!

Here's a little feature request for you: while reformatting filenames, I
thought it was neat that I could use "parts" of a filename based on
delimiters, but what I really needed was "parts" of the PARENT FOLDER name,
as I was adding PARENT onto the filename but really only needed part of
PARENT.

Anyway, something to think about.

And if it helps, below is the replace.txt that I used for special
characters. Cheers! -- Ralph

/A/1/0/0/0
/A/1/0/0/0
/A/1/0/0/0
/A/1/0/0/0
/A/1/0/0/0
/A/1/0/0/0
/AE/1/0/0/0
/C/1/0/0/0
/E/1/0/0/0
/E/1/0/0/0
/E/1/0/0/0
/E/1/0/0/0
/I/1/0/0/0
/I/1/0/0/0
/I/1/0/0/0
/I/1/0/0/0
/D/1/0/0/0
/N/1/0/0/0
/O/1/0/0/0
/O/1/0/0/0
/O/1/0/0/0
/O/1/0/0/0
/O/1/0/0/0
/x/1/0/0/0
/0/1/0/0/0
/U/1/0/0/0
/U/1/0/0/0
/U/1/0/0/0
/U/1/0/0/0
/Y/1/0/0/0
/B/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/a/1/0/0/0
/ae/1/0/0/0
/c/1/0/0/0
/e/1/0/0/0
/e/1/0/0/0
/e/1/0/0/0
/e/1/0/0/0
/i/1/0/0/0
/i/1/0/0/0
/i/1/0/0/0
/i/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/n/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/o/1/0/0/0
/u/1/0/0/0
/u/1/0/0/0
/u/1/0/0/0
/u/1/0/0/0
/y/1/0/0/0
/b/1/0/0/0
/y/1/0/0/0
/D/1/0/0/0
J/J/1/0/0/0
O/OE/1/0/0/0
o/oe/1/0/0/0
S/S/1/0/0/0
s/s/1/0/0/0
Y/Y/1/0/0/0
Z/Z/1/0/0/0
z/z/1/0/0/0


----- Original Message -----
From: RL
To: Ralph
Subject: Re: quick question about Flash Renamer
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2005 18:58:36 +0100

> >
> > Hi Ralph,
> >
> > Flash Renamer will do the job for you! The easiest way would be to use the
> > find/replace function. It can process all subdirectories for you, so the
job
> > should be done quickly! (If you will be doing this on a regular basis, you
> > can save all your "replaces" in a batch list for later usage.!)
> >
> > // Dan
> >
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Ralph
> > To: <*****@*****>
> > Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2005 3:39 AM
> > Subject: quick question about Flash Renamer
> >
> >
>> > > Hi,
>> > >
>> > > I'm looking for a way to remove all special characters within filenames
in
>> > > my MP3 library. Can Flash Renamer do this?
>> > >
>> > > For instance, I need to be able to replace "Bjrk" with "Bjork", but I
> > want
>> > > to crawl through the directory and replace ALL such "special characters"
>> > > with the appropriate "normal" character, or perhaps a "-" if the
> > subsitution
>> > > is not obvious.
>> > >
>> > > Thanks, would be happy to register it if it can do this,
>> > >
>> > > Ralph
>> > >
>> > >


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