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    cecilyen
    Member

    Is it possible to add an option to modify the naming/numbering pattern in EmEditor’s backup/auto save?

    For example, I would like to have the backup file name as xxx.txt~ or something else.

    Thanks in advance!

    #8257

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello cecilyen,

    Thank you for using EmEditor Professional!

    I might think about that in future versions, but I don’t know when.

    Thanks for your inputs! Please let me know if you have further comments.

    #8840

    CrashNBurn
    Member

    I’d like to see this feature as well.
    Perhaps something like IrfanView for Batch Renaming
    where:
    $N : Original Filename
    $X : Original Extension (IV doesn’t have this)
    $D : Current Date (IV doesn’t have this)
    # : One Digit Number/Counter

    Backup Options:
    First Backup: $N.$X~
    Next Backups: $N.$X~###
    Starting Counter: 1
    Increment Counter: 1
    Date Format: YYYY_MM_DD_hh_mm_ss

    ExampleFile.txt

    :: Backups::
    #1: ExampleFile.txt~
    #2: ExampleFile.txt~001
    99: ExampleFile.txt~099

    
    

    Backup Options:
    First Backup: $N.bak###.$X
    Next Backups: $N.bak###.$X
    Starting Counter: 0
    Increment Counter: 1
    Date Format: YYYY_MM_DD_hh_mm_ss

    ExampleFile2.txt

    :: Backups::
    #1: ExampleFile2.bak000.txt
    #2: ExampleFile2.bak001.txt
    99: ExampleFile2.bak099.txt

    
    

    Backup Options:
    First Backup: $N_$D_###.$X~
    Next Backups: $N_$D-###.$X~
    Starting Counter: 1
    Increment Counter: 1
    Date Format: YYYY_MM_DD

    ExampleFile3.txt

    :: Backups::
    #1: ExampleFile3_2010_08_16-001.txt~
    #2: ExampleFile3_2010_08_16-002.txt~
    99: ExampleFile3_2010_08_16-099.txt~

    
    

    Anyways, just my 3 cents.

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