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Rename files by changing the position of strings

Treating all those dot-separated strings as fields, you could obtain that result by moving the 4th field to the (after having removed the 4th field) 8th position (pushing the 9th field to the right); ...
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Rename files by changing the position of strings

Although you tagged your question bash, if you are willing to switch to zsh you could use the contributed zmv module as follows (remove the -n after testing): % autoload -Uz zmv # usually this ...
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Where to store user's files for confined apps?

So if I understand what you are trying to acheive you want to store files with CherryTree in a strict confinement environment on Ubuntu, you should use the Snap-specific directory where the ...
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