Mike Nolte
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Lumicide reviewed on 06 Nov 2010
I'm looking to rename a bunch of files with file names like

logfile.s123.uvwxyz.txt

All I really need is the middle part of the file name s123 and the extension .txt. The file name could be easily generated searching for the regular expression .*(d*).* and replacing it with 1 turning it into 123.txt

Unfortunately this software can not do that. It doesn’t make use of 1 in the replace string. Instead it just ignores the and writes a single digit 1.
[Version 4.0.2]



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Lumicide reviewed on 06 Nov 2010
Could not test this. It immediately crashed on start saying „You don’t have poermission to save the file „WinsomeTech“ in the folder „Application Support“.
[Version 1.1]



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Lumicide commented on 06 Nov 2010
I'm looking to rename a bunch of files with file names like

logfile.s123.uvwxyz.txt

All I really need is the middle part of the file name s123 and the extension .txt. The file name could be easily generated searching for the regular expression .*(d*).* and replacing it with 1 turning it into 123.txt

Unfortunately this software can not do that. It doesn’t make use of 1 in the replace string. Instead it just ignores the 1 and outputs nothing.
[Version 1.5.0]



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Lumicide commented on 06 Nov 2010
I'm looking to rename a bunch of files with file names like

logfile.s123.uvwxyz.txt

All I really need is the middle part of the file name s123 and the extension .txt. The file name could be easily generated searching for the regular expression .*(d*).* and replacing it with 1 turning it into 123.txt

Unfortunately this software can not do that. It doesn’t make use of 1 in the replace string. Instead it just ignores the and writes a single digit 1.
[Version 3.1.7]



burypromote
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Lumicide commented on 06 Nov 2010
I'm looking to rename a bunch of files with file names like

logfile.s123.uvwxyz.txt

All I really need is the middle part of the file name s123 and the extension .txt. The file name could be easily generated searching for the regular expression .*(d*).* and replacing it with 1 turning it into 123.txt

Unfortunately this software can not do that. It doesn’t make use of 1 in the replace string. Instead it just ignores the and writes a single digit 1.
[Version 2.3]



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