[1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Anika
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[1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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The batch rename dialog has a problem with file numbers bigger than 1000.

How to reproduce the error:
1 Select one or more pictures
2 open the dialog batch rename
3 use a file name with #### starting with a number larger than 1000 and rename
then repeat step 1 and 2.

in step 3 you will see an suggested starting number of 1.000 and the numbering will start at 0001.

Hope you can fix it easily.
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Anika
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Re: [1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Anika wrote: in step 3 you will see an suggested starting number of 1.000 and the numbering will start at 0001.
Where do you have 0001? I have 1000 as expected
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Re: [1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Perhaps there is a problem with a german windows?
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Re: [1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Anika wrote: Perhaps there is a problem with a german windows?
Aha, the same with "," seperator. Though typing in 1234 works.
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Re: [1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Well spotted. Looks as if the comma and point are interpreted as decimal point.
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Re: [1.96] Batch Rename #### > 1000

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Thanks, the problem is solved with 1.96.1
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