Version:1 - 20100630
Author:Keith Fenske (Identity Number Forty-Seven)
Post Date:September 30, 2010
Comments:This program requires the Java run-time environemnt (JRE), a free download at

From: Identity Number Forty-Seven <identity@number.47> Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:54:42 -0600 Subject: Java font programs Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts I wrote these Java programs to help manage my font collection. They run on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. They are free under the GNU General Public License. Please read the PDF documentation in each ZIP file. Windows users should run RedEar's Font Renamer, which is posted quarterly in alt.binaries.fonts. The same Java programs can be downloaded from any of these web sites:

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Excerpts from program documentation FileDateName is a Java 1.4 graphical (GUI) application to rename multiple files or to change their directory dates. The contents of the files are not changed. File names may be converted to all lowercase (“a happy dog.txt”), to all uppercase (“A HAPPY DOG.TXT”), or to title case (“A Happy Dog.txt”). Leading, trailing, and multiple spaces may be removed. Folders and subfolders may be searched recursively. Changes may be applied to files only, both files and folders, or only the folders. Hidden and read-only files won’t be renamed or redated unless an option is given on the command line, and the action is permitted by both Java and the operating system. One word of caution: there is no “undo” feature. Once you change a file date or name, the only way to restore the original date or name is to change the file date or name again. Practice on copies of your files before you blindly apply this program to large folders. You may also turn on the “simulate” option to see what would be changed, without actually making the changes.