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Suggestion for the creation of folders

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Guest Hi,
I would like to monitor a dir and move files according to their dates but to a destination folder created like this: YYYY\MM\MMDD. FoldMonkey can create a folder with the correct date but only as YYYYMMDD. Would it be possible for a future version to add a way to enter a custom folder based on the date?

Thanks
monkeyjob
Site Admin


Joined: 13 Jan 2005
Posts: 25
Location: United Kingdom
Hi,
we hope to add day, month and year tags as separate tags in the next version. We expect the next version to be released in approx 1 month.
monkeyjob
Site Admin


Joined: 13 Jan 2005
Posts: 25
Location: United Kingdom
Hi,
we have now added the following tags to FoldMonkey version 1.31:

ss seconds
mi minutes
hh hours
dd days
mo months
yy years

Regards,
monkeyjob.

Guest
Location: United Kingdom
Hi,
Cool But I really need yyyy (as is 2005) and not only yy (as in 05).
I also need to create not a single dir but 3 sub dirs as yyyy\mm\mmdd(i.e. 2005\06\0613

One more suggestion:
- the option to rename a file only if it already exists in the destination folder.

Thanks for such a great program

monkeyjob
Site Admin


Joined: 13 Jan 2005
Posts: 25
Location: United Kingdom
Hi,
we will look into making these improvements and update this board when we have made further progress.

Regards,
monkeyjob.

monkeyjob
Site Admin


Joined: 13 Jan 2005
Posts: 25
Location: United Kingdom
Hi,
we have just released version 1.32 of FoldMonkey. We have added a "Rename Duplicates" check box to the archive section. We have added a yyyy tag (to represent the year in four digits). You can now enter a "\" character in the new folder box to create a fully qualified path. For example, if you want to create the path c:\yyyy\mm\dd for each file then you can set the create folder box to:

<Date:File Modified:yyyy>\<Date:File Modified:mo>\<Date:File Modified:dd>

and set the new folder path to c:\

Regards,
monkeyjob.




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