Always cutting and pasting the same types of files to the same folders? Always navigating deep folder structures to archive the same types of files? Wish you could just be prompted for a list of your favourite target folders? Wish that you could just “right-click” on a file and see it automatically moved based on rules learnt “on-the-fly”?
QuickMove has the solution!
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TV series files can be moved using QuickMove’s support for Regular Expressions.
Details in QuickMove’s Help.
Note:QuickMove is a context menu application design to be run on-demand by the user. If you would like to automate QuickMove’s actions then you should pair QuickMove with ShareWatcher. ShareWatcher is designed to monitor any folder and perform many actions on new file arrival, like launch QuickMove.
QuickMove 1.4 has been released!
If you are already a user then simply click on “Check Now” under “Settings->Auto Updates” to have your version updated automatically for you.
A few new features were added in this release but the focus was on improving workflow from the context menu.
QuickMove Version 1.4 has started. The decision on what to include is in progress so if you have any “wish list” items, now would be a good time to lets us know!
Also, please remember that if you received the 1.3.7 release last year which broke the usual automatic update process, then you will, unfortunately, need to manually download 1.3.9 here to be assured of receiving 1.4 in the next few weeks, automatically.
The version 1.3.6/7 Obfuscation process appears to have hidden existing rules and prevented the Update. Users will need to manually update to Version 1.3.9 to correct this.
Apologies for the inconvenience.
Advanced options for the “Move To” rule:
Minor Bug Fixes:
New Context Menu to Support “QuickMove…” for Favourite Folders feature:
New Context Menu Option to add QuickMove as a sub-menu for a CodeLine Menu Group.
QuickMove has the solution!Download
Increasing the maximum number of files that can be selected from the Context Menu
Windows, by default, will allow a maximum of 15 files to be selected from within Explorer and “actioned”.
This can be changed in the registry by adding this:
where “00000064″ in this case is a decimal max of 100 files.
If you would prefer to just run a “Registration Entry” file to automatically add this into your registry, it can be downloaded here but be sure to backup your registry first.
Example: After applying this change, more than 15 files can be selected and the QuickMove and FileToFolder applications will be available to act on them: