Message: 3
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2011 21:43:40 +0200
From: richard lucassen <>

On Mon, 11 Apr 2011 18:01:03 +0100
Andrew Ampers Taylor <> wrote:

> It would be nice to use wildcard.
> Supposing I have a set of files
> IMG_0345.JPG
> IMG_0346.JPG
> IMG_0347.JPG
> IMG_0348.JPG
> IMG_0349.JPG
> And I wanted to change them to:
> Victoria Park - 01.jpg
> If I could use wild cards, this could be done in one operation, but at
> present I can onlt do this in three or four (I hate JPG, I always
> prefer jpg.

There is the possibility to use regular expressions, or is that not
what you mean?

Replace: \.JPG$
with: .jpg

Regular expression: X

Loved your tagline Richard!

No, this isn't quite what I mean but will be useful.

If we take? as being a wild card, this is what I mean...

DELETE: IMG_03??.JPG REPLACE Victoria Park - ? - .jpg

All in one operation.
Andrew Ampers Taylor -  London UK - Journalist & Editor of The Finchley Arrow