Szyszka is a new batch file renaming tool written in the Rust programming language using the GTK +3 toolkit. It also works on Linux, Windows, and MacOS.
The name Szyszka is a Polish word meaning pine cone. The user interface of this tool is very simple,[エントリの追加]Click, hold down the Shift key, or hold down the Ctrl key while selecting the desired file. Adding folders is not supported in the first 1.0 release, but is marked as a planned feature.
Then you can add multiple rules that you can freely combine.
- Replace text
- Crop text
- Add text
- Add numbers
- Delete text
- Change characters to large / small
- Use custom rules
Below are examples before and after the change, adding rules. This is very useful for beginners.
How to get Szyszka on Ubuntu:
This tool is available as a Snap package in Ubuntu software. Before installing, you can try the .Appimage package, which you can download from the release page.
Once you get it, right click on the file[プロパティ]Go to the dialog. next,[アクセス許可]Of tabs[ファイルをプログラムとして実行することを許可する]Turn on.Finally right click on the App image[実行]Choose.
As a new project, there may be bugs.Please report the problem at Github page..