WatchFolder() - updated on 2016-11-30

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hasantr
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Re: WatchFolder() - updated on 2016-11-30

02 Sep 2019, 01:52

boiler wrote:
01 Sep 2019, 22:07
You can build the list with a loop using the same UserFunc for all of them. The return parameters will identify what changed and how, so you can sort out the feedback in your user function. I’m not seeing what you are trying to get out of it with your “d” variable in your example.
Oh yes. Too bad I didn't think it would work like that. In this case, the problem is solved. Thank you very much.

Also:

Is there a way to get the old name of a renamed file? (just getting me noted below) I didn't want to write another message again and make it crowded. Thanks just me.
just me wrote:
02 Sep 2019, 04:32
Yes, I'd suggest to read the description at the top of the script. ;)
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Re: WatchFolder() - updated on 2016-11-30

02 Sep 2019, 04:32

Yes, I'd suggest to read the description at the top of the script. ;)
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Re: WatchFolder() - updated on 2016-11-30

06 Dec 2019, 10:06

absolutely perfect! WatchFolder() is an amazing function! :bravo:
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Re: WatchFolder() - updated on 2016-11-30

26 Jun 2020, 02:05

Thanks for this great function! :D

I'm using it here to squeeze pdf's (using coherent pdf) as soon as i automatically extract them from my mail software, which is Thunderbird.

Great function that i also have to study, i'm sure to learn a lot that way!

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