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Old 02-04-2012, 08:53 PM   #1529
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Probably doable via some regex magic... Let's try!

If you wanted to create a collection from *every* tag except 'Fantasy':

Set 'Tags' to 'Create'
Set the 'Include' column to: ^(?!Fantasy).*

And that *should* do the trick (untested). Prepare yourself to end up with a crapload of stuff, though, it will create a collection for *every* tag you have that isn't 'Fantasy' in this example... Keep in mind that this would also be a somewhat strict match, (ie. if you had 'Fantasy - SciFi', 'Epic Fantasy' or that kind of tags, they'd end up as a collection. We'd need a more complex regex to catch those too).

EDIT: Well, actually, no, 'Fantasy - SciFi' wouldn't get through with that pattern. You could try a simple ^(?!Fantasy) but I'm not sure that'll do what it's supposed to...

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