BookCase (v6.7) - The Ultimate eBook File Renamer on Crack
BookCase is a heavily modified TitleCase Plus so some credit should go to the developers of both TitleCase and TitleCase Plus and any others that had a hand in some of the scripts in here, with many thanks to LEO & MrC for answering and helping me with a number of my questions. I'm not a pro-coder so i'm sure some of the stuff I have done in the code can be streamlined so feel free to give input or post in here some refinement to my code. Hope you enjoy. Cheers!
BookCase Does the Following:
All these are set as options that can be turned on or off by changing the value to "True" or "False" in the options area of the code. It is clearly marked if you edit the button.
Just an example of what it can do:
What format do you prefer?
Just edit the bookcase button and set the options to your preference:
Included in the zip is BookCase the file as a button. Also Including in the zip are three other eBook Renaming buttons and two menus containing even more book renaming bottoms.
Buttons and BookCase placed on the Bar:
Contained in the zip are:
Button: BookCase - The main rename button/script, with all the settings and features shown above.
Button: Trim - trims multiple spaces, leading and trailing
- Replaces underscores with a comma
- Replaces underscores with spaces
- Replace file name with folder name
- Replace by with a dash
- Append folder author name to beginning of file name + a dash separator
- Removes everything but authors name on folders
- Add series brackets
- Remove desired # of charters from beginning of file name
- Remove desired # of character from end of file name
- Add extension info in brackets to end of file name
- Dots to spaces except in numbers
- Separate pushed together initials
- Add dots to initials
- Zero pad single digit numbers in series
- Add "Series" to series that have just numbers and no series name.
- Strip series out of file name
- Remove a desired text
- Insert a desired text
- Swaps lastname, firstnames of any type also multiples of them separated by & or and.
- Swaps everything in a title on either side of a comma.
- Swaps everything in a title on either side of a comma except brackets.
- Swaps library order to regular title order excludes sentences that are not library order
- Replace by with dash then do a author title swap
- Replace underscore with a comma and do a Ln, Fn swap.
- Swaps title series author (TSA) to (AST) and leaves bracketed info in place
- Swaps (TAS) to (AST) and leaves bracketed info in place
- Swaps (SAT) to (AST) and leaves bracketed info in place
- Swaps (STA) to (AST) and leaves bracketed info in place
- Swaps (ATS) to (AST) and leaves bracketed info in place
Button: File to Folder - creates a author name folder from selected file
Button: Advance Rename: Goes to the advanced renaming window (like the default toolbar button).
Let me know what you think when you test drive them!
- Download and unpack: BookCase_(v6.7)a.zip (25.5 KB)
- In Opus, select Settings > Customize Toolbars.
- Drag any of the .dcf files you extracted from the zip to where you want them on your toolbars.
- Click OK in the Customize dialog.
- The download above has been modified to make it easier to import, and fix a character-encoding issue. The original version of the download is kept here, just in case it is needed in the future. Most people should use the newer zip file, above, instead of this.
BookCase_(v6.7)a.rar (19.9 KB)
Note on Typical Settings:
Keep all bracketed information regardless of what it is:
Remove all bracketed info accept version info and series if bracketed:
fBracketMagic1 = Trueand
fBracketmMagic2 = False
Remove all Bracketed info but keep series info if bracketed:
fBracketMagic1 = Falseand
fBracketMagic2 = True