File Management | Search&Replace 1.8
Author: Dorian Chapeau
Date: 04/24/2011 09:39 PM
Size: 858 KB
License: Shareware $9.00
Requires: OS X 10.5/10.6
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But that is not all: you can also batch-rename your files, photos, videos mp3s etc. in just a click! Its user-friendly interface makes it accessible to just about anyone without specific computer knowledge.
With Search&Replace, you can:
• Batch-edit text strings (content inside of text files)
• Rename files/folders with a find-and-replace
• Rename files sequentially (numbering)
• Add suffixes and prefixes to files or folders
• Append your file and / or folder's creation date to their name
• Trim the start or end of file and / or folder names by a text search or by character position
• Change file or folder names to lowercase or UPPERCASE, or Capitalize them
Work with file names
• Have you ever found yourself with 500 or 1000 holiday pictures, which all have the same name with random numbers, and you could not rename them manually, one by one? Have you ever felt the need to add the date when they were taken to those pictures?
• It is now possible to rename files just the way you want them in just a few clicks. If you are not happy with a recurring element in your file names, you can perform a search and replace action on them. Add suffixes, prefixes, rename them sequentially or trim your file names in no time!
Work with text content
• Have you ever had this one piece of information you wanted to change or delete in hundreds of files at the same time (like that header or that copyright in your html files)? No more need to open text files one by one to edit them! Search&Replace can replace strings inside of text files in just a click: you don't need to open them one by one and change the text manually. It is even able to process files included in deeper level sub-folders automatically, and you don't need to do anything but enter the text to find and the text to replace. Search&Replace provides freedom of use, and freedom of search. You can search filenames or contents. It even shows statistics about the number of replacements within each individual file, counts the number of files to be processed etc.
• Seven toolbar items. That's all there is to it, it's so simple. One item for each different renaming mode.
• One text field for the text to search, and one for the text to replace it with.
;• A button to locate the folder to process on your hard drive, and a drop area to select the items to process manually.
A bit of Statistics
• The option drawer panel enables you to see how many files your folder contains. The application only renames the ones that correspond to your criteria.
• When you decide to rename file content, you can see how many occurrences of your search there are in your files. At the end of the replacement process, you can see how many replacements were made in each separate file.
Work with almost unlimited file types
• You do not need to worry about which file's content to rename: the application supports the common text file types. On top of that, you can suggest new extension support by email if the application hasn't processed yours...
OS X 10.5-10.6
Project has been abandoned.
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