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[ZEP] mass rename mask   [ZEP]

By: Ben Kent       
Date: Jan 30,2024 at 08:55
In Response to: [ZEP] mass rename mask (Donald_SBC)

> I use a rename mask :%6:_:01:.*
> When in a logged folder I Ctrl-T, Ctrl-S then Ctrl-R with the mask. So
> in a folder nameed 04783 I end up with files named
> 04783_01.jpg
> 04783_02.jpg
> etc
> Doing this for many folders gets tedious.
> What I would like to do is Log a few folders, Ctrl-G, Ctrl-T, Ctrl-S
> and Ctrl-R with a mask that does the following:
> Change the value of %6 when the folder changes
> Reset the counter :01: back to 01 when the folder changes
> Pretty please?

The current behaviour of the files being incremented as one flat list is what people expect, the least the :%6: part is working.

Maybe a :: modifier prefix like the decrement and increment ones *<_:1d06:>.*, *<_:2i00:>.*.

Possibly r for reset, or f for per folder, which would give you what you are asking for.

But this doesn’t work, the 2i is ignored, I guess because of the multiple insertion parts, so the reset might not work if there are multiple insertion parts



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