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Subject: Re: From: "RL Vision"
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2006 19:15:01 +0200
Computers sort this way. It's logical if you think about it. Windows Explorer has made a special solution to fix this problem, but all other program I know of sort the "wrong" way. Flash Renamer
contains a function that fixes the problem. It's called Number Zero Padding. It will insert zeros in front of all number to ensure that they sort correctly everywhere. I recommend using this way of naming you files.
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Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 12:15 PM
Thanks for Flash Renamer
4.62. I have had some problems and decided to upgrade to the later version 5.02 to see if I still had the same prob. I am using Windows XP Home and mainly rename jpg files, the problem I have is: Sometimes after I have renamed them and want to do some more sorting.
Windows Explorer shows a group of files numbered in sequence from 1.jpg to 212.jpg. When I open the files in Flash Renamer
in the renumber window the numbers are out of sequence and start at 06.jpg 07.jpg 077.jpg 078.jpg 079.jpg 08.jpg 080.jpg
Number 1.jpg is placed straight after 0.99.jpg.
Can you help me with this
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