Trouble with regular expression


#1

I've used the regular expression given in the forums to take filenames that are all one word (ie: ThisIsTheFilenameAllOneWord) and change it to having spaces before each of the capital letters so it reads: This Is The Filename All one Word.

It now doesn't work with 2.26f.

For reference, the expression involves the following two entries:

1) "/u" is replaced by " $0"
2) "^/s" is replaced by ""

Please let me know what I need to do to get this working again (or what needs to be done behind the scenes to do so.) I use it on probably a daily basis in restructuring filenames and tags.

As always, thanks for credating MP3 tag ... which is such a great, slick and useful tool for handling what would otherwise be a mundane, time consuming and boring task.

RICK


#2

Please have a look at the two images for proper setup of this task.

Best regards,
~ Florian




#3

You must activate case sensitiv comparison!
Took me some time to figure that out...


#4

In the first panel, you have a pipe symbol at the end of the " $0|". That comes up with a nasty error message. I believe someone else who just posted about the case sensitive setting .. might have the solution to my problem. Will report back.

RICK


#5

The pipe symbol was my keyboard cursor :stuck_out_tongue:

Please have a look at the images again. I've updated them about 15 minutes ago.

Best regards,
~ Florian


#6

Yes, activating the case sensitive checkmark box has it working fine now.

RICK