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Manage your files' names with !Rename

By Chris Williams. Published: 5th Feb 20:10:23 | Permalink | Printable

Late last week, Nick Roberts updated his smart file renamer. According to Nick's tigger website, Rename is a smart multiple file renamer, using !Edit-like wildcard matching techniques. This version supports recursion down the directory tree and a preview window showing how files will be renamed.

Rename requires RISC OS 3.10.

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