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Subject: Re: FR-move files to folders created after shooting date

Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2010 16:54:08 +0200

Too late :-)

Try the tag <\> like for example this: <\>

You can use it anywhere tags are allowed. The above example would work best in "free format". You can even have multiple subfolders!

// Dan


Marcel wrote:
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> Hi Dan,
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> Within Directory Opus …
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> What this rename does:
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> when "OK"it creates a folder after Exif date and moves files to that folder.
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> Is this something for FR ?
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> What DO does not, or at least with me, it stumbles over it:
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> when DO finds a folder that already exists it runs into an error.
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> maybe with 'scripting' this can be avoided, but i have no knowledge of scripting…
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