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Dot before Media source
#1
Hello,

I would like to put a dot before Media source (Dvd) in renaming files.
How can I do it?

By the example

Frantz (2016).Bluray.iso

Thanks in advance
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#2
just put a dot before it in the renamer template?

$T ($Y).$S
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#3
(2017-06-20, 07:14)mlaggner Wrote: just put a dot before it in the renamer template?

$T ($Y).$S

$T ($Y) {[$K]} [$3].$S

Don´t work, always put a space.

Thanks in advance.
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#4
works for me.
The dot is there

Do you mean a space BEFORE the dot?
Because that comes from your pattern:
If no 3D tage is set, $3 will be empty [], and is removed afterwards.
that leaves us with "$T ($Y) {[$K]} .$S" and there will be a space before dot
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(2017-06-22, 21:14)myron Wrote: works for me.
The dot is there

Do you mean a space BEFORE the dot?
Because that comes from your pattern:
If no 3D tage is set, $3 will be empty [], and is removed afterwards.
that leaves us with "$T ($Y) {[$K]} .$S" and there will be a space before dot

Yes, I mean a space BEFORE the dot.
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#6
try "$T ($Y) {[$K] }[$3].$S"
(space inside optional tag)
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#7
would assume that
"$T ($Y){ [$K] }{ [$3] }.$S"

is even better
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(2017-07-06, 07:42)mlaggner Wrote: would assume that
"$T ($Y){ [$K] }{ [$3] }.$S"

is even better

Don´t work, always put a space.

Thanks in advance.
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