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Solved Issue - Renamer TOKEN $K
#1
Hello,

I use the renamoer otption to directory and have so:

$T ($Y) { [$K] }

When I have a label called V.O. and rename the folder don´t writhe the last "." only export "V.O"

I think is a bug.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
Correct.
We have a dedicated check for that and filter that away on purpose :p
Can't remember why... so we might change that in one of the next versions.
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#3
that is because otherwise you would get a movie like:

Title (2016) V.O..avi

we suppress double dots at the end
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#4
(2017-02-12, 19:12)mlaggner Wrote: that is because otherwise you would get a movie like:

Title (2016) V.O..avi

we suppress double dots at the end
I refer to the renamed directory at this time so it has no extension, besides I use [ ]
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#5
there are the same rules for folder names..
but we're planning a rework of the renamer an may take that into account
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#6
ok, i did a quickfix to only replace these double dots when renaming a file, but not directory...
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#7
Thanks a lot.
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