Rename(Ver1.60対応版)
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Rename
For normal renaming, an input box appears where the file name in the file list, and can be changed there.
The extension is not selected by default. ( option , "Exclude extension" can change the initial status)
Regardless of the option, pressing the F2 key while changing allows you to switch the selected state of only the name, only the extension, and all.
You can change the selected file without changing the name with Tab key / Shift + Tab key. (You can also use the up and down keys if "Change target item by up/down key" is turned on in option )



名前の変更(複数)Rename (multi)
Rename (multi)
When multiple items selected, the "Rename" command will automatically become "Rename (multi)", enabling you to rename all at once.
Even with one selection, you can use it as a renaming that brings up the dialog by directly executing the "Rename (multi)" command. (For example, assign "Rename (multi)" command to F2 key)
If there is a name that already exists, it will be automatically numbered.
If you execute "Undo" after renaming, it will be treated as "Undo - Move" instead of "Undo - Rename".

Wildcard
The "*" in the new file name is replaced with the original file name.
For example, if there are file names "file1.txt" and "file2.txt", and "new_*" is put in the new file name input field, the file name will be "new_file1.txt" and "new_file2.txt" .

Property name
If you write a property name between "<" and ">" like "<property>" in the new file name, that part will be replaced with the file property.


Rename (number)
Change the name with a serial number or date and time.
In the case of jpeg files, you can also use the shooting date from Exif information by setting "Use Exif" to ON.

Number format
The part written as "n" in the "Number format" will be replaced serial number.
If you write a few letters such as "nnnn", the number of digits will be aligned like "0001".

Date and time format
Specify the date and time expression format.

Wildcard
The "*" in the new file name is replaced with the original file name.

Property name
If you write a property name between "<" and ">" like "<property>" in the new file name, that part will be replaced with the file property.


Rename (case)
Convert upper and lower case letters.


Rename (replace)
Replace the strings contained in the file name.
When "case sensitive" is turned on, it is case sensitive.
If "regular expression" is turned on, regular expressions can be used. You can use tags in replace strings. Tags are written with a backslash and a number. (Example: \1 \2)

Property name
If you write a property name between "<" and ">" like "<property>" in the replace file name, that part will be replaced with the file property.



Common operations in the rename dialog
You can switch the mode directly from the "mode >>" button at the bottom right of the dialog.