Currently the script displays a separate dialog box for every file, is there a way I can have the script return ALL results in a single TXT file?
Now it's possible gbadesha. See the first post...
Hi. I have had luck to found this script that I was searching. But I would need exactly that it counts the number of characters WITHOUT the .extension, so I would not have to make this calculation by myself.
How I could get it?
Thx & greetz-
Now it's possible liserg. See the first post...
Hello, I forgot how to run this script... I create a button and then select FUNCTION: then find the LonguerFichier file. Then? What do I do with the other 3 files.? I am using v2
I have also forgotten how to install this script
I can create a button but all I can get it to do is run the .exe file which tells me to create a button
Can you please explain step by step how to install this fine script?
"How to install" is add to the first post...
Awesome - thanks AlbatorV
Being able to create a txt file with all files is just brilliant!!!
You know what would be the best thing ever now is.... being able to edit that txt file to name the files within a character limit and then being able to use that txt file to auto rename the actual files to match. Would that be at all possible?
In Opus 10.0.4.4 there's now a Path Length column, and you can also search based on path length (e.g. to find everything with paths longer than the limit that will fit on a CD or similar).
Yes, many thanks for this.
It's very useful for me.
Hello. I was delighted and surprised to find someone with a similar dilemma to my own as to needing to know the character count for file names. I have a service that I have to upload files to that kicks back errors if the file length is greater than 100 characters. It's annoying but a fact of life. It was a great start to find this thread about the path length column. I was wondering if there had been any advancements in this regard to display either a file length column or perhaps a filename length count in the lower status bar for the selected file next to it's size?
As always, thanks for an awesome product and for any info you can share as to any possible fix for my request.
This should do what you want:
I am afraid that's not possible (yet).
thanks for the guidance. Is there a down and dirty set of steps to actually add a custom column? I didn't see anything in the core columns menu. Thanks again!
Great stuff here - many thanks!
One last question - is there somewhere in this script I can modify to have the count include the extension? The counter I'm dealing with counts the period and extension as part of the filename count, where it seems that this script does not. Not the end of the world to have to add 4 to each number, but if it's configurable, I figure why not get it right whilst tinkering.
Perfect - thanks!
Correct, not yet. It is on our to-do list as part of an overhaul of the info you can add to the status bar.