"steven_bs" wrote: Is there a way to start automatic categorization manually and is there an easier way to create the same automatic categorization rules for different file types?
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At this point you can only manually run rules by right clicking on a folder and selecting the option from the menu there. Unsure exactly what you’re asking for in the second half of the sentence, but it sounds kinda like creating a rule template. Unfortunately that hasn’t made it in yet…
- is there a way to tag this files with only one rule
- the first file with Javascipt, HTML and XML
- the second file with XML
- if not, then why not?
As to the first question; No. As the rules now work since "Java" is part of both then it gets the rule applied.
As to the second question; Also no. You will need 3 rules to cover "Java", "HTML", and "XML". It will result in the results you want, but…
Currently the rules are fairly rudimentary (though useful as hell!) and I know there’s plenty of entries on Maurizio’s ToDo list to expand and enhance them, it’s just not high on the list at the moment.
FWIW, a few of the things I think we can look forward to when they have time to work on the rules;
– Directory definition (what dirs rules will ’see‘ and operate in)
– Useability of date and time (and maybe other metadata) in rule application
– Better manual rule application (per file, global run, etc)
– IF/THEN tagging. IF file has tabble A, THEN it gets tabble B
As I said, Maurizio has quite a lot in his ToDo tabble so don’t expect any of this stuff tomorrow, but do feel quite free to toss out and advocate for good ideas!
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