I want to prepend the file modification date in the form
YYYY-MM-DD_ to each existing filename (i.e. for files only, not for directories). I have seen that krusader has a multiple file renaming function which in principle allows prepending or appending such information to the existing filename and it can do this for all selected files.
However, since I use it in a Xubuntu 16.04.3 installation with German settings, the file dates are also displayed as
DD.MM.YYYY and when I use the renaming function of krusader it also renames them that way.
When I use
[modificationdate;yyyy-MM-dd]_ in the part of the dialog specifying to prepend the filename on the second tab of the renaming dialog, it actually uses the modification date but in addition it prepends the current date in the German locale format, e.g.
This is complete nonsense, since one does such things to have files sorted by the date expressed in the filename!
How can I suppress the additional placement of today's date (in the example the first 10 characters