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Unfortunately, PowerShell scripts are disabled on the system I am working on. I can't even use a simple
I did figure out how to do change specific strings within a specific PS file (thanks to the replies). However, I can only do it on one PS file at a time, and I had to edit the batch file itself by specifying the PS file's name (its hardcoded). All that's left is for the batch file to process ALL PS files within the same directory (no subdirectories).
Here is the code:
REM Start of Code REM Auto-process PS files within a directory REM Changes how PS files look when displayed REM This batch file searches for instances of REM "OldStringx" within the file and replaces it REM with "NewStringx" REM Thicken line width from 1 to 5 Set "OldString1=1 setlinewidth" Set "NewString1=5 setlinewidth" REM Change Courier font to Helvetica Set "OldString2=Courier" Set "NewString2=Helvetica-Bold" REM To do: This batch file should process all PS files within REM the same directory where the batch file is located REM (Batch file and all PS files to be edited should be REM found on the same path). REM Specified below is the PS file to edit. Hard-coded for now. set file="psfile_to_edit.ps" @echo off cd /d . for /F "usebackq delims=" %%F in (`dir *.ps /b`) do set outFile="%%~nF_edited%%~xF" ( for /f "skip=2 delims=" %%a in ('find /n /v "" %file%') do ( set "ln=%%a" Setlocal enableDelayedExpansion set "ln=!ln:*]=!" if defined ln set "ln=!ln:%OldString1%=%NewString1%!" if defined ln set "ln=!ln:%OldString2%=%NewString2%!" echo(!ln! endlocal ) )>%outFile% REM Convert edited PS files to JPG REM This requires convert.exe to work REM Currently commented out to debug above parts. REM convert.exe %outFile% -autocrop %outfile:~0,-4%.jpg REM End of Code
Fundamentally, I just want to make this code process all PS files within the same directory. Please help. And thanks in advance!