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by Nitesurgeon
05 Oct 2020, 19:11
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename
Replies: 6
Views: 624

Re: Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename

Awesome, the fn.match() works perfectly. The {i} binding works as well if I am doing all of the episodes at once. What do the "/\" symbols mean in the fn.match though? I can't seem to parse out their purpose
by Nitesurgeon
03 Oct 2020, 04:41
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename
Replies: 6
Views: 624

Re: Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename

They were not aired chronologically. It was only after they all aired in season order that they released a chronological viewing order for the whole series. I will try those suggestions and see what happens
by Nitesurgeon
02 Oct 2020, 21:05
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename
Replies: 6
Views: 624

Edit Format: preserve beginning of filename

Hey there, love this software. I have some episode titles that are in this format: 031 Star Wars The Clone Wars - S02E19 The number at the beginning signifies the chronological order this episode takes place, since the series as a whole is not in chronological order. I want to rename them with fileb...