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2018/01/25 08:35:27 (permalink)
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NameRule for saved images ?

Hello,
 
is there an way to name the saved Images by rules ?
e.g. with Date/Time/Consecutive Number
like Greenshot it does by deault.
If not this was a good new Feature.
 
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/25 11:12:15 (permalink)
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    Please look at all the options on Capture ribbon tab - Capture Settings button - Quick Save tab. Set the start file number and incrementing scheme there. Then press "Change" button to select the base file name (default: snap), folder, file format.
     
    If you want to add date and time to the file name, use %date% and %time% macros in the base file name, for example enter:
     
    snap_%date%_%time%.png
     
    This will generate a file name like:
     
    snap_1-25-2018_11-10-002.png
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/29 03:52:38 (permalink)
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    Normally this name-ruling only works with automatically saving all captures.

    So if i don't want save automatically all Captures i:

    1. Enable the Quicksave-Settings with the Option at the Top
    2. Make the Settings for the naming
    3. Disable the Quicksave-Settings with the Option at the Top
    4. Enable the Option at the Bottom to apply name-ruling when the quicksave is disabled.

    Am i right ?
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/29 08:02:15 (permalink)
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    Yes, that's right. Thanks!
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/29 08:31:31 (permalink)
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    Is it possible to produce a little bit more complex way to produce the Date ?


    The actual filename (snap_%date%_%time%.png) produce:
    snap_29.01.2018_14-22-003.png
    (additional numbering is enabled; ->003
    And date is in german style. But the english style (01/29/2018) ist not better.
    Its worse.)
     
    Our Company-standart is like:
    snap_20180129_14-22-003.png
     
    this Shows the files in Windows in the right order.
    For all years. With the normal %date% it only right in one Month (For Germany)
     
    What in CMD works doesn't work in HyperSnap 8.
    In CMD i can type:
    echo %DATE:~6,4%%DATE:~3,2%%DATE:~0,2%
    to get e.g.:
    20180129
     
    But a filename like
    snap_%DATE:~6,4%%DATE:~3,2%%DATE:~0,2%_%time%.png
    is not accepted.
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/29 17:05:22 (permalink)
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    I'm sorry, I don't have extensive options for date and time formatting, HyperSnap just uses the default system date and time format in these macros.
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    Re: NameRule for saved images ? 2018/01/30 03:02:08 (permalink)
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    That screams for a new Feature.  8-)
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