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Subject: Re: possible bug in Flash Renamer

Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2007 19:28:31 +0100

Hi,

Could you send me a screenshot of when this is happening?

thanks,

Dan


, Jon wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Great product by the way, and yes I have purchased a license. Anyway, I have noticed an error that happens somewhat frequently. Iím using version 5.3 currently. The problem:
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> Sometimes when I rename files using the Numbers tab, it will add or subtract a digit. For example, I typically use this as my format: _0, and usually have a Start Value and Step of 1.
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> If I have a group of files called 123456_xxxx.tif (where x=a sequential number starting at 0001 and increasing to the last file), and I rename these files using the above format, it will sometimes yield files called 123456_xxxx_001.tif or 123456_xxxx_00001.tif, instead of the desired 123456_xxxx_0001.tif. I hope this makes sense. I get around this by simply adding or deleting the zero from the format line, but I thought I would see if this is something you could fix in the next release.
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> Again, thanks for a great product. I use this daily in my job and it is a big time-saver. Regards,
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> Jon , EIT
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> Assistant Design Engineer Group Manager
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> Road Design, GDOT
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> 404-656-5396
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