MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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Please add a syntax like the one for OPENATTRIBUTES
MULTIRENAME =name_of_saved_definition
to start a rename without the need to press the Start button.
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Re: MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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Support++

often wanted for simple renaming operations where no preview is needed.




 
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Re: MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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Support+
I would like also an option like

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MULTIRENAME ==name_of_saved_definition
to rename and close if no conflict....
I often think that start+close should be done in one click !
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Re: MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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nsp wrote: 2022-02-22, 08:47 UTC MULTIRENAME ==name_of_saved_definition

Oh yes, I had think that was meant that way.

But you are right:
MULTIRENAME = : open Gui and execute, leave open to see result/errors (no big advantage other than one click to start saved)
MULTIRENAME == : just execute in background with out an GUI open (that's the one I had in mind, just perform the saved template)


Thanks for clarifying



 
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history.txt wrote:28.02.22 Added: command MULTIRENAME==<settings> with two equal signs now starts renaming immediately and closes the dialog if successful (32/64)
28.02.22 Added: command MULTIRENAME=<settings> now starts renaming immediately with given saved settings, unless the settings cannot be loaded (32/64)
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Re: MULTIRENAME direct Start with =saved_definition

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:thumbsup:
Many thanks...
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