BSM shows Error: Subscript used with non-Array variable. for me
i'm trying to change Disk letter of all of the shortcuts paths in the start menu.
i tried: G:\\(.*) -> D:\\\1 , G:(.*) -> D:\1 , $G(.*) -> D\1 , "G(.*) -> "D\1
all give me that error with or without test&recurse checkboxes
OK, found a problem due to some shortcuts in the Start menu not having a normal target, (ie. file or folder), an example is the "My Computer" shortcut. A simple check for a valid file/folder target should fix that.
Oddly enough, v0.3 ran without a problem ... hmmm
Currently you can paste a path in the folder selector that opens but I'll make the text field accept input too.
Yes, work in part.
I was able to change the path, this works fine.
But I couldn't change the name using the same search parameters..
I change the path from D:\RODOTECPAV\NF - Rod\09 2014\PDF\ to D:\RODOTECPAV\NF - Rod\10 2014\PDF\
Using the parameter 09 (old path) 10 (new path)... this works nice and prety simple
But I tried to change the name using the same parameters and nothing changes...
My shortuct names are like PDF 09.2014 Rodotec
Am I doing something wrong?
The parameters to change the name are diferent?
From the above it sounds like you expect BSM to change the name of the shortcut.
BSM does not
change the name of the shortcut, if the shortcut is named PDF 09.2014 Rodotec
then it will stay the same.
BSM changes the target
that the shortcut points to - is that clear?
If you want to change the name of the shortcut then one of the many bulk renamer programs will do it easily.
Although I do have an idea which may or may not work.