OK, I was bored so I thought I'd have a play around and came up with BSM, (guess what that stands for).
It'll modify shortcuts according to the regex entered - for modify
read: it will delete and then create a new shortcut according to the modified information.
You can test what will happen by checking the Test box, only the first 20 shortcut manglings will be displayed. If you enter nothing in the regex fields and hit the Go button then it will delete and then create the existing shortcuts with no changes - think of it as 'refreshing' your stale shortcuts.****NOTE****
All the pictures changed with v0.2+ - that's why they're not here anymore.
For a roundup of the regex you can use, see here
, for more than you ever wanted know, see here
You can also click on the RegEx
to have it open the first page in your browser, (images were grabbed before I added the RegEx link - I'm not going crazy, it only looks like it).
DISCLAIMER: Because I code for my enjoyment and not others: No error checking, trapping, safety nets, etc.
By design the program should only ever effect shortcuts, (*.lnk), but if you get it to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against Melbourne, Australia, just remember......I won't be around to fix the bug.
It's all in the archive up here
Are you saying that you have 32,220 rules/entries in File Punter? If so, why?
I think he means running over two lots of 16110 files, (number of image files quoted in another post).