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Old 13.12.2018, 04:54
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I'm trying to create a Packagizer rule to rename files, when added to link grabber.

There are files that have "Invictus.ws_"

Example links:
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**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

I want to remove "Invictus.ws_" & have everything after it stay.

So far I have:

Conditions match...
File Name - Contains: "Invictus.ws_"

Then set...
Filename:

I don't know what to put in then set... filename

I have searched the forum, but haven't figured it out. I must have missed something.

What do i need to put in then set... filename?

Thanks,
Juggalo

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Old 13.12.2018, 05:43
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This is an example how to remove your string:


Basically this sets everything after "Invictus.ws_" as new filename.

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Old 13.12.2018, 06:17
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Perfect!

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Old 14.08.2021, 18:40
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I have a similar scenario but the string I want to delete is at the end of the filename. Is there a way to do that? Delete it if "invictus.ws_" was at the end of the filename but before the filetype?
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use another wildcard at the beginning? and add the respective <jd:orgfilename:2> reference also, as there are two.
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Old 18.08.2021, 17:44
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@buggsy: In case you need further help with this, just let us know!
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