"Rename Automatically Already Existing Files" option on MIDI Converter

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Posts: 91
Joined: October 14, 2016 - 03:20
"Rename Automatically Already Existing Files" option on MIDI Converter

I think adding a option to make the midi converter change slightly the name of the file to render another one without the current two options of either overwrite the old render or do nothing would be great

Something like this:

I think that rename option should rename the new files the same way as windows does by if there's a "name of the file".wav windows changes it like this: "name of the file"(1).wav, "name of the file"(2).wav etc

This would be really useful if you wanna render the same midi but with different soundfonts without renaming it manually

Cheers

Posts: 1687
Joined: March 25, 2012 - 01:19
Re: "Rename Automatically Already Existing Files" option on MIDI Converter

Standard Windows MessageBox does not allow adding custom buttons.
It only has some combinations of the standard (and already localized) buttons, like Ok, Ok-Cancel, Yes-No, Yes-No-Cancel...
Adding custom button (or a checkbox) to default MessageBox is a lot of work...

I'll add this feature once WindowsXP support will be dropped (in a really near future ;)), so I can finally use "Task Dialogs".

UPDATE: TODO list updated

Posts: 31
Joined: June 28, 2018 - 13:02
Re: "Rename Automatically Already Existing Files" option on MIDI Converter

I would move this option (rename file if already exists) to the main window MIDI Converter.
Moreover I would like also to have the possibility to name (name not rename) the file with the suffix "key", i.e. "Volare-1.mp3", "Volare+2.mp3".