#1 2018-07-01 02:17

den4b
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Registered: 2006-04-06
Posts: 2,705

ReNamer 6.9

ReNamer 6.9 has been released!

Most notable changes from the user’s point of view:

  1. Implemented rule comments. This was one of the most requested features. Rule comments are editable via the rules context menu and visible in the Statement column. See the demo screenshots below.

  2. Added a dialog for manually entering file paths for renaming. Useful when you have a list of paths as plain text.

  3. Added Dutch and Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) translations.

  4. Various efficiency improvements.

Complex rules can be difficult to read...
Rule-comments-demo-1.png

Now, nicely commented by you!
Rule-comments-demo-2.png

Full list of changes:

* Implemented rule comments, editable via rules context menu.
* Enhanced storage path resolution with new path tags and handling of multiple path tags.
* Major code refactoring to improve automation and unit testing capabilities.
* Decoupled renaming rules from the visual components.
* Refactored renaming rule structures and management operations.
* Refactored file signature structures and management operations.
* Added a dialog for manually entering file paths for renaming.
* Added various unit tests, including unit tests for some renaming rules.
* Remove all files more efficiently than one-by-one when all files match the clearing criteria.
* Efficiency improvements for files table clearing operations.
* Efficiency improvements for performing shell actions on files.
* Added "How to translate" link to the Languages menu.
* Find application language file independently of the executable file name.
* Perform a fast clearing of files tables when closing the application.
* Converted action buttons in the Pascal Script window to a toolbar. Better handling of long localized text.
* Changed the Z-order of controls in the Delete rule window. Avoid awkward overlapping with long localized text.
* Forbid the use of empty folder when creating preset links. Avoid an error.
* Added Dutch language file.
* Added Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) language file. Thanks to 冰霧神域.
* Updated French language file.
* Updated Chinese Simplified language file. Thanks to WanderMax.
* Updated German language file. Thanks to Kevin Scheitler.
* Updated Serbian language file. Thanks to Никола Алексић.
* Updated Russian language file.
* Internal refactoring.

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#2 2018-07-02 09:40

auwebio
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From: Brazil
Registered: 2010-07-07
Posts: 45

Re: ReNamer 6.9

Color me impressed! smile
(incredibly so, I must say...) tongue

I have been using version 5 for so long that I had forgotten to check how much this program had evolved.

It really shows how much effort Dennis has been making into further developing the product.

I believe it's really (really!) worth buying now, even if it costs more than half of what I spend on food each month... I promise I'll start saving money just for this purpose. cool

Congratulations, Dennis! (Really nice job wink )

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#3 2018-07-02 13:56

den4b
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Registered: 2006-04-06
Posts: 2,705

Re: ReNamer 6.9

auwebio wrote:

Color me impressed! smile
(incredibly so, I must say...) tongue

It is great to know, especially coming from a long time user! smile

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#4 2018-09-27 08:31

narayan
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Registered: 2009-02-08
Posts: 435

Re: ReNamer 6.9

Visiting the forum after a hiatus of 4 years! smile

It's great to see this is going strong as ever!

In this layout, the same Statement column represents either the composed rule or the comment; which is a little unintuitive. Instead, can we have Comment as a separate column, and then a column-management feature that allows the user to show/hide columns, and change their sequence?

Let the user right-click in the column header and trigger the column-manager dialog.
He should be able to drag and drop the columns to change their sequence.

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#5 2018-09-27 21:48

den4b
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Registered: 2006-04-06
Posts: 2,705

Re: ReNamer 6.9

narayan wrote:

Visiting the forum after a hiatus of 4 years! smile

Glad to see you back here! smile

All your suggestions about the Comment column and column management features in general are right on the spot. This is all planned, along dozens, if not hundreds, of other features and improvements.

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