V S Rawat wrote:
> On 10/12/2008 7:02 PM India Time, _Stefan KŁng_ wrote:
>> V S Rawat wrote:
>>> I have just installed grepwin 1.3.0
>>> the following are obsrvations:
>>> 1. As I know your installation file currently, but after a few days, the
>>> installation file would go to some backup folder and I would forget what
>>> version I have installed. There is no mention of version no. on the
>>> start menu entry nor in the program files/grepwin folder or anywhere and
>>> there is no "About" entry in the grepwin window.
>>> That would create problem in identifying the version that I am using.
>>> Hope you mention it somewhere easily locatable.
>> The 'about' is in the system menu. Either right-click on the entry in
>> the task bar (the 'about grepWin' is the last entry in that context
>> menu), or click on the application icon in the top left of the grepWin
> Ohk. It would do. Though I am likely to forget that it is where I have
> to look to found Version No., But I think I would remember that I had
> asked and you had guided me, so I would search in google-groups and this
> answer would pop up.
> You can please give it a thought to provide, Version No., About details,
> and the link to googlegroups somewhere in the program or in the
> installation folder or start menu somewhere.
Can you create an issue for this?
> New query:
> I tried and found that wild cards are working in the file names, * ?
> Any plans to provide option for changing filename in bulk for the
> searched and found files?
grepWin is a search tool, not suited for renaming.
But if you want a tool that's good at renaming filenames, try the StExBar:
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Received on 2008-10-12 16:18:36 CEST