#1 : 05/02-14 16:42
I was wondering if there is a simple way to change characters separated by spaces like so
O M A C to O.M.A.C.
S H I E L D to S.H.I.E.L.D.
As well as other similar patterns where acronyms are used. I'm thinking I would use a replace method but I don't know the syntax to write it in. It would be ideal if I could use one method to replace all such instances regardless of what the acronym is.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
05/02-14 16:42 - edited 05/02-14 16:43
#2 : 12/03-14 13:56
Reply to #1:
You mean a rule like:
find one upper case followed by a space
and change to that upper case char but exchange the space by a period?
But you should provide complete file names first to get the right solution from us.
You can try Replace Method (http://www.advancedrenamer.com/user_guide/metho d_replace)
FIND: "([A-Z]) "
but depending on your file names this may work well or not, or partly only.
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#3 : 14/03-14 01:49
Reply to #2:
That worked perfectly thank you very much!!!!!
14/03-14 01:49 - edited 14/03-14 01:55