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by jclancy103
05 Dec 2015, 06:25
Forum: Scripting and Automation
Topic: Cleaner: Wanting to clean D:
Replies: 2
Views: 1960

Re: Cleaner: Wanting to clean D:

Ok Thank you very much.
by jclancy103
29 Nov 2015, 08:25
Forum: Scripting and Automation
Topic: Cleaner: Wanting to clean D:
Replies: 2
Views: 1960

Cleaner: Wanting to clean D:

I have tried everyway that I can think of to get cleaner to work for the base of D: drive. I have a shot script working in a subfolder on another drive: filebot -script fn:cleaner --def root=y "/users/Evixor/Desktop/D-Download/720P/" I have tried for the /path/to/media/ as D:/, :/ , / , D , : , :/ ,...
by jclancy103
09 Jul 2015, 04:48
Forum: Tips, Tricks and Tutorials
Topic: [Windows] Context Menu w/ Folder Watcher+Scripts Pack [1.8]
Replies: 168
Views: 137079

Re: [Windows] Context Menu w/ Folder Watcher+Scripts Pack [1

Is it possible to after rename and move a movie file using the windows right-click filebot/rename option to also clean the left over folder and files. I have tried to play with the movies.groovy file by adding clean, by adding filebot -script fn:cleaner but all I get is errors while trying to run th...
by jclancy103
04 Mar 2015, 03:46
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: Can CLI sort based on movie title
Replies: 3
Views: 924

Re: Can CLI sort based on movie title

Thanks I will try to play with the Groovy Code and see where that leads me.

Thanks again.
by jclancy103
13 Feb 2015, 18:15
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: Can CLI sort based on movie title
Replies: 3
Views: 924

Can CLI sort based on movie title

I have a script I was trying to use. That would move renamed movie to a drive based on the first letter of the movie title. Ex: Firefox so would move it to the drive that houses movies with starting letters of d-h. So drive E is for movies with zero- C; drive F is for movies D-H; drive G for I-M. My...
by jclancy103
30 Jan 2015, 07:35
Forum: Help and Support
Topic: POSTBUCKET - where random posts in unrelated topics go
Replies: 603
Views: 161137

Re: [SNIPPET] Sort into A-Z folders

I am using CLI and used one of the formats here with changes to work with my system, my output.txt file looks like this I:\ F:\ [n =~ /^(?i) (0-9a-c)/ ? 'M:\' : n =~ /^(?i) (d-h)/ ? 'K:\' : n =~ /^(?i) (i-m)/ ? 'J:\' : n =~ /^(?i) (n-s)/ ? 'L:\' : n =~ /^(?i) (t)/ ? 'E:\' : 'D:\' } -----------------...