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    Rename files in batch mode

    Hi Everyone, I would like to rename files in batch mode according to this pattern:
    $E36868(%Y.%m.%d_%H:%M:%S).jpg
    but I get this by example: 2019.07.10_11_11_40_32.jpg .
    An underline is placed instead of a colon.
    I work with Win10, IfranView Version 4.58 - 32 bit
    Could you please help me.
    Regards Hagen

    #2
    The colon does as you say.
    Try using a period instead to get: 2021.01.01_16.24.22.jpg etc.,

    Filename pattern: $E36868(%Y.%m.%d_%H.%M.%S).jpg
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      #3
      I had already tried other punctuation marks. All of them work correctly except for the colon. Thanks for your help and patience.

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        #4
        In addition to Bhikkhu Pesala's answer: Windows does not allow a colon in filenames. A colon is only allowed in combination with a single letter to represent a
        logical drive on your computer, e.g. "C:" .
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          #5
          Thanks!

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