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Subject: Re: Flash Renamer 6.4

Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 17:54:00 +0200

Hello,

If I understand you correctly, there are two ways:

1. Use the "editor" and paste your list of new filenames into it. This works if your list is in the same order as the old filenames.

2. I made a script that can do the same, but also if the order does not match. It's a bit tricky to use, but should work. It's called "CSV List Rename".

// Dan

Chema wrote:
> Dear yours:
>
> I wuld like to ask for help and thanks in advance.
>
> I have a quiestion about your excelent programm: Flash Renamer 6.4. The thig is that I want to rename several filenames archives at time but with a new name iach one, from an archive "txt". This archive have a list of name in the same order as they have to replace them. The original archives have an ordinal numbers and extension. I traied to do that by many ways, but without any results.
>
> I hope your answer as soon as possible.
>
> Yours sincerely:
>
> Jose Maria
>
>


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