Another good update :
I changed the way it renames, it is now much much more faster. I've
been able to rename 1200 files in 3 seconds, if you remember before it
was about 400 files for 15 seconds. For this I changed the way GPRename
check if a file exist before it renames and I saw that from revision 32
to 36, this function was not working and it will overwrite files, so
be sure you're not using one of these versions, very dangerous!
Now it's all good, it will not overwrite any files, unless you use the new
option I added : Disable security check. Only use this if you rename the case
on a VFAT partition (Windows), adding this option is the only good way I
found to rename the case on a windows partition. Because perl says that
file "a" and "A" are different on linux but says that "a" and "A" are the same on
a vfat partition, which is true but makes gprename unable to rename the case.
I also added an automatic resize of the names columns, no more resizing with the
mouse now, it's very neat.
I change the font to courier new everywhere, I hope people like it. When renaming
files a monospace font is quite useful to find unwanted extra spaces.
I modified the way it print to the log file, it's easier to read now.
Finally, for the translators, I added str_options_security in the language file
and I modified str_tips so that it can match with the new Tips dialog window.
So I think that sums it up for the changes I wanted to do before releasing GPRename 2.0,
the official ones. I tested as much as I can and everything works the way it should,
if you can test it and gives me some feedback it'll be appreciated so that I can release
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