#1 : 25/09-14 06:15
I want way to replace several words at once.
The current file name:
[General rules for online search]
I want to replace word (General) to (universal).
At the same time replace word (search) to (seeking).
and so on.
25/09-14 06:15 - edited 25/09-14 06:17
#2 : 25/09-14 15:22
Reply to #1:
Read the help
You can add as many Replace Methods at once as you like to replace several words the same time.
#3 : 25/09-14 19:45
Reply to #2:
Thank you very much Mr. Stefan on your interaction with my question.
I have visited the link you mentioned, as i visited this link also: http://www.advancedrenamer.com/user_guide/tags
However, due to the weakness of the English language I have I could not reach to the required "this text that I write here using google translate :)"
I've managed to figure out a way to write the first line (search box) using this mark \, but i not know the mode of the second line (replacement box)
#4 : 25/09-14 20:15
Reply to #3:
G00gle translate is c00l :D
But I do not fully understood what is stil your problem?
What is your origin language?
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General rules for online search.ext
universal rules for online seeking.ext
USE two times:
Replace method (http://www.advancedrenamer.com/user_guide/metho d_replace)
Text to replace: General
Replace with: universal
Text to replace: search
Replace with: seeking
Text to replace: x
Replace with: y
Text to replace: A
Replace with: B
Take a look at the preview if all went fine
Click at => Start Batch
#5 : 25/09-14 21:53
Reply to #4:
My origin language is Arabic.
I have seen the solution you mentioned, but I want to be changed several words at once, because I have files that I want to rename too many, sometimes exceed Tens of thousands file, Therefore, the rename each time takes a lot of time.
I've experimented with the introduction of multiple words in the search box like this:
This was probably true.
But when I enter words in a box replacement does not give me correct results
universal \seeking (this format wrong).
Will give you another example
I have hundreds files, all bearing the name:
Riyadh is the capital of Saudi Arabia
And hundreds and hundreds of other carrying hundreds of other names.
I want to replace the word (Riyadh) to (Cairo) and replace (Saudi Arabia) to (Egypt).
I write in the search box like this:
Riyadh \Saudi Arabia
How do I write the words of the other two in a box replacement.
Cairo \Egypt (wrong).
I apologize for the bother you, and thank you again.
#6 : 26/09-14 07:45
Reply to #5:
Just use several "Replace method" on the left panel.
For the Preview all Replace methods are evaluated at once to one New Name.
Next, the "Start Batch" will rename only ONE time, even with 23 or more Replace methods.