Batch Rename Files Tool built in file previewing comes in particularly handy when working with image files, but whatever type of file you use the program to edit, it is sure to save you a great deal of time and effort.
New version changes include (changelog):
Improved integration with ExifTool
Optimized performance when testing new file names
Option for not analyzing media files (program settings window)....
You can easily found hier BatchRenameFiles.org
I've got my cab nearly finished, I'm just fairing the few bits into it. I was thinking about hiding a usb bus face under the control panel? I don't have my iPac2 wired up yet but I'm just wondering is there any type of usb priority issues...what I'm thinking it might be nice to plug a controller in for racing games. Not sure how this works with the iPac 2 setup or if its worth doing? Is there anything I should be aware of?
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@jdrassa and @herb_fargus once I sorted out the dlls the 32bit version works well. So maybe sticking with that could be ok as long as we have the info here about making sure a user has 32bit versions of the dlls available. If that works I can record a quick step by step and post it into this thread if the question comes up again no problem.
Or is it possible to include the 32bit vcruntime140 and msvcp140 dlls in the zipped bundle? Not sure if there are legal issues with doing so; if not that could help too.
@publicENEMY There was a test build that let you select multiple entries with Ctrl-A, Ctrl-Click, and Shift-Click, but alas, the download link doesn't work anymore.
@markwkidd Maybe you could put it up again somewhere? I'm still using it and I find its selection controls very convenient. Alternatively, I could host it in my own Github repo with your permission. At the moment, only my local storage and its backups prevent this version from vanishing into oblivion …
(Oh, I just noticed that I already asked you this nine months ago. I don't want to bug you, just tell me to shut up about it and I will. 🤐 )
edit: According to his profile, markwkidds last login happened in May, 2019. So maybe we lost him entirely. 😟
@thestraymongrel recently I’ve found Quick Steel epoxy putty and used it on a build. It works great, sets up fast and can be painted/sanded no problem. Cheap and can be found at most auto parts stores and on Amazon fairly cheap.