A shortcut to paste into an inline rename without formatting:
Ctrl+Shift+Vcould be used to paste in file names without having
:(and others?) be included, i.e. strip the special/invalid characters on-paste like File Explorer does. The stripping of characters on-paste is good because one can then be certain if a Rename-and-Move, or only a Rename action will occur upon pressing Enter (
Ctrl+Shift+Vis a common shortcut across software that attempts to paste in unformatted text (which somewhat fits the proposed idea).
Rename all selected files at onceoption more flexible:
This option could be improved so that when multiple files are selected and an inline rename is initiated, only move the selected files to a new location and without renaming them, if the filename was not changed but did have a path prepended to it. This could be a sub-option so that the current behaviour would remain if desired (a prepended path causes all files to be moved, and renamed to the same name with numbers postfixed).
Currently, the inline renaming feature of using the special characters to move a file to a new location doesn't seem to be documented in the Help. Perhaps the Inline Rename or Creating Folders sections should mention this is possible?