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nautilus-renamer

Nautilus Scripts by Thura 62 comments

I suggest you add the available tags for paternize mode in the dialog box :

For this, change line 53 to this:

pattern = os.popen('zenity --title "Renamer" --entry --text "Enter the pattern:\n\n{num3} for 001 , 002 , 003 ...\n{num5} for 00001, 00002, 00003 , ...\n{num3+10} for 010 , 011 , 012 ...\n{num5+100} for 00100, 00101, 00102 ...\n{orig} Original File Name\n{dir} Parent Directory\nDate and time tags : {date} {year} {month} {monthname} {monthsimp} {day} {dayname} {daysimp}" --width=320').read().split('\n')[0]
- Aug 07 2009
Own selected files or folders

Nautilus Scripts by graben 4 comments

Hey, since this script is aimed at newbies (sorry if im mistaking, but you seem to be one :P) in the linux world, id like you to give some feedback of what could be improved.

Can you do that for me please so i can make the script better ?

Thanks in advance ! - Oct 22 2008
Own selected files or folders

Nautilus Scripts by graben 4 comments

Im using Ubuntu 8.04 with Gnome... so ill explain how to do it in my system :

Right click on the file in gnome and go to the permissions section. Click Allow executing file as a program

If you are using other distributions specially not gnome-based ones, just do this in a command line cause I dont know how to do it in the GUI way and this is sure to work :

chmod +x ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/<your script file name here>

replace <your script file name here> by the file name you gave to the script and dont forget to escape space chars with a \ before them.
- Oct 22 2008