(first off, yes, I have read the documentations on subfolders
Yet I still have trouble grasping the concepts, somehow I wish Hazel worked more like I'd think it does, instead of making me think like *it*.
My goals for the following rule is:
* Label all folders I have recently modified green (got this working)
* Remove the green label from all folders I have not recently modified (got this working)
* Label all folders I haven't touched in ages grey (got this working)
(this is the one I'm having trouble with)
* Rename all files in folders containing "Android" to lowercase, and replace the spaces with underscores.
+ the selected folder in the screenshot contains a bunch of png's, that I'm targeting.
+ way at the bottom you can see a folder that has been colored green by the first action
+ I'd like to *not touch* the other folders' contents
My trouble right now is that it *does* touch other folders not named Android.
The "business end" rule is this:
And the rules all together are:http://www.nimbling.com/temp/2011.hazelrules
Thanks for reading this far,
any help and/or pointers are appreciated - including well directed RTFM's
-Though I'll be honest, I think hazel should include *n00b mode* or something, maybe start matching like apple mail rules, or automator like, looking at the 6K views of the subfolder topic in this forum