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Renaming Filenames with 2 extensions

Thread began 6/29/2010 12:48 pm by deafboyz_audio386924 | Last modified 7/06/2010 4:08 pm by deafboyz_audio386924 | 865 views | 5 replies

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Renaming Filenames with 2 extensions

I have a need to upload 2 copies of a image.... one 100 X 75 (small) and one 600 X 400 somethin (large) with 2 inner extensions to differentiate

The upload works fine.... What I want to do is name one " black_lab.small.jpg " and then name the other one " black_lab.large.jpg "

I can do this fine up until I encounter that same filename a 2nd time. WHen the script renames the duplicate filename with a _1 via "[NewFileName]_[Increment]"
the name comes out as " black_lab.small_1.jpg

I have tried the following

"[NewFileName]_[Increment]".small
"[NewFileName]_[Increment].small"
"[NewFileName]_[Increment]".".small"

I have even tried putting it like this:
'FileName' => "[FileName].small",
'FileName' => "[FileName]".".small",

plus a few others....


I have tried multiple ways and they all some out with the _[increment] on the outside, not the inside...

So how Can I get the filenames to be

example_3.small.jpg and not example.small_1.jpg



Thanks ahead for your help....

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