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When renaming a file in library, make the current filename be already input

When you right-click on an image or folder in your library and rename it, a little message box appears for you to type the new name into.  It would be very nice if the image or folder's current name were already entered into that message box as the default input text.  So that, for example, when uploading a file named "General Abbendis token roll20.jpg", I could rename it to "General Abbendis token" or just "General Abbendis" by just deleting the extra parts at the end, instead of retyping the whole thing.  Or so that, when fixing a typo, or changing the capitalization of something, or adding the word "old" to the end, or changing a name in any other small way, I didn't have to retype the whole thing. Isn't this how renaming stuff works in every other piece of software?  Usually the original name is there as the default input, but the text is highlighted so that you can simply start typing to overwrite it.
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