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Old 03.05.2022, 04:02
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Default removing everything until underscope with packagizer?

Hi!

i am trying the packagizer and do an auto-renaming based on download url.

Am able to use regex with the find replace replace , result is good.
this removes everything including the underscope and keeps the rest

but cant make it work here:

am i too far off the right track?

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Old 03.05.2022, 16:17
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@I3ordo: rename doesn't work that way as you do not specify the *search for* but the *replace with/rename to*
Best would be to provide example links and then we can better help/provide regex/rules

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Old 04.05.2022, 04:55
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for example this link:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

it brings three items, one archive two images...

i am trying to do
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^(.*?\_)
on the image files (remove everything until the first underscore (including the underscore) so that the downloaded result would be , archive file and a image file with same exact names...
So i checked the packagizer and it has a function that renames on conditions met, but it works like rename the file to <jd:orgpackagename>, it does not seem to provide a regex find replace function. or maybe it does and i just dont know it yet.
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So i checked the packagizer and it has a function that renames on conditions met, but it works like rename the file to <jd:orgpackagename>, it does not seem to provide a regex find replace function. or maybe it does and i just dont know it yet.
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@I3ordo: rename doesn't work that way as you do not specify the *search for* but the *replace with/rename to*
the *rename* is only for extracted files and you have to specify the destination *replace with/rename to* name!
In order to rename files you have to use "...then set....Filename" and specify the filename
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Old 04.05.2022, 10:19
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Example rule to cut of leading XYZ_
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File Name - contains - ^(.*?_)(.+)
enable regex on right side
...then set
Filename - <jd:orgfilename:2>

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Old 05.05.2022, 02:56
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hi! i was able to achieve what you described and i even could accomplish it with files like "xyz.13.12.2022.somefile.rar"

filename contains: ^(.*?.)(\d.).\d..\d..(.+) (regex on)
filename:<jd:orgfilename:3>

the resulting filename becomes "somefile.rar"
thank you very much:)
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Old 05.05.2022, 09:17
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