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Old 02-02-2013, 09:06 AM   #187
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I'm off topic here, as this is about a *.CBR and otherwise has nothing to do with Sigil, but the recent post reminded me I meant to inquire.

I've got a series of images with a page number added at the end, but the existing page numbering is a disaster. Is there a means of stripping any ending numbers (only), without removing numbers from other locations in the filename?

Ultimately I want my output to look like:
Terminator 2 -- ch14 pg023.jpg
With preceding zeros as placeholders to force proper viewing order.

I've tried: [0-9,3] to find the page numbers, but that removes all of the numbers in the example filename shown above.

If I try appending the $, then I get no matches. I know it has to be something I am doing wrong.

Adding page numbers back in is a straight %03d replacement which I've been doing as a second step after stripping the pages (it's a total renumber, nothing can be saved).

PS: My apologies if this message needs to be moved, but I wasn't sure where else it might be more relevant within the forums.
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