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  1. Greetings! I have two different folders for the same game. The other folder contains the original game, and the other folder contains the modded version of the same game. Every time I want to play either the vanilla or the modded game, I need to rename the folders for Steam to recognize the version of the game I want to play at the moment. For a while I changed the names of the folders manually, but I got fed up with it and created a macro to do the boring and slow work for me instead. I have a prompt of two options, between playing the modded or the origina
  2. Running ME 3.9a and just up(down?)graded to Windows 8.1 from XP Self-taught, so i am assuming this is a klugy way to do this, but i need to rename a list of files. Everything worked great in XP, then had to move to 8.1 The problem is the XP versions of rename a file (Alt-F, then M), now translated to 8.1 (Alt-H, then R) don’t seem to grab the filename so i can copy it into the clipboard. I run this from the DETAILS view of a folder. I'll make a decision about how many of the files to do in the list based on the names, or dates modified, or whatever. I highlight the first file in
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