It turns out that although I can strip the numbers out, I still have a whole new set of file names. No one can figure out why my previous version (5.1.3) created the files it did when exporting, so it will have to remain a mystery. At this point, I'm simply rebuilding the entire help system with the new file names.
I did take your Scroll HTML Exporter plugin for a test drive, but I don't see a way to utilize the heavily customized export layout that we created. So while your plugin allows us to control file naming, it takes away all the goodness, like headers and footers, we've built into our export layouts.
Unless there is something I'm missing...
You're running into a change that was made due to page names with certain characters or patterns breaking the space html export:
As for removing the numbers, you could probably devise a script that removes the [0-9] values between the preceeding _ and the trailing .html. You'll want to ensure you get a solid regex there so that you don't get false positives from any _ or . in the page titles.
Um, I reviewed the Jira you cited and that doesn't make sense. The Jira says it affects 2.x and 4.x, and was resolved close to 18 months ago. However, I didn't run into the problem until I upgraded from 5.1.3. to 5.3.1. Why did I not see the numbers in exported file names until now? And why did you change from word+word to word-word.
with Scroll HTML Exporter you can create custom export templates which can be configured to your liking:
Have a look at our template guide: http://www.k15t.com/display/HTML/Creating+a+Template
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