Speedy File Renamer
Speedy File Renamer
1.0.1

1.8

Speedy File Renamer free download for Mac

Speedy File Renamer

1.0.1
08 March 2006

Modifies batch file prefixes and redundant text.

Overview

The Speedy File Renamer is a batch file renaming tool. Features include:
  • add text to the beginning or end of a file name.
  • search for a specific string.

1 Speedy File Renamer Reviews

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Aikousha
23 September 2006

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First, based on what it appears the features are, this is priced wayyyyyy too much. It should be around $4. Second, the annoyance factor is too high just for the DEMO, you have to sit and wait just to start, the program makes the entire finder "go away" while you do (and that's enough to start heart palpitations), and you have to deal with a nag window, and then, once it starts, the about nag window doesn't even follow the human interface guidelines, giving another panic moment. Third, I don't know if this worked on systems prior to Tiger, but it certainly doesn't work in Tiger. You can select a folder (but is it hierarchical?), you can enter the find and replace info, but when I launched it on a test folder with 13 items in it, it just sat there with the little barber-pole spinning and did nothing for 4 minutes. There was no way to stop it other than cmd-opt-esc force quit. Definitely not good! If I didn't have devtools installed, I would have had a real panic attack!
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Version 1.0.1
Aikousha
23 September 2006
First, based on what it appears the features are, this is priced wayyyyyy too much. It should be around $4. Second, the annoyance factor is too high just for the DEMO, you have to sit and wait just to start, the program makes the entire finder "go away" while you do (and that's enough to start heart palpitations), and you have to deal with a nag window, and then, once it starts, the about nag window doesn't even follow the human interface guidelines, giving another panic moment. Third, I don't know if this worked on systems prior to Tiger, but it certainly doesn't work in Tiger. You can select a folder (but is it hierarchical?), you can enter the find and replace info, but when I launched it on a test folder with 13 items in it, it just sat there with the little barber-pole spinning and did nothing for 4 minutes. There was no way to stop it other than cmd-opt-esc force quit. Definitely not good! If I didn't have devtools installed, I would have had a real panic attack!
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Version 1.0.1
$9.95

1.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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