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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: Batch renaming function
« Last post by Ulfhednar on June 18, 2018, 13:16:14 »
Looks cool.. I just wish I had there time and budget too :)
But some of it might be possible.

When I win the Lottery I'll get back to you Mathias   ;D
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Not sure I understand.
You want the CreateDate to be set to the same as the ModifyDate ?

You can do that with MultiScript

Get all selected files and then loop over them and do
GetFileTime(..) -  filetimepart 0  (last write time)
http://multicommander.com/docs/multiscript/functions/filesystem#getfiletime
SetFileTime(..) - filetimepart 1 (create time)
http://multicommander.com/docs/multiscript/functions/filesystem#setfiletime

for the utcTime paramer use 0 ( return time in utc) , then no extra conversion are made. not needed NTFS store time in UTC




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Batch Creation Date=Modify Date

Today i got alot files with a wrong modify date. I needed to Change File Modify Date, it should be the same like the creation date. This operation worked not with MC. Maybe with a Multiscript. I made it with another Explorer Software.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on June 17, 2018, 21:23:10 »
The problem is that you can not assign Ctrl+H or that the command does not work ?

Both. I cannot assign (Ctrl-D brings nothing) and cannot call the assignment (Ctrl-1 - Ctrl-5 bring nothing as well).

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Maybe it can't access the network path ? does it work if you change path to a local path?

Bot how to check it, when I can't define it? Is there GUI method for setting hot path except Ctrl-D?

And what can you say about User Defined Commands in the Menu Bar? Why it doesn't work?

Yes Ctrl+D can not be overriden.. (Ctrl+H can)  Ctrl+D is unselect all.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Matthias515566 on June 17, 2018, 20:24:30 »
Thanks, variant with Multiscript type worked
for me also the config with the Custom Commands Type worked. This is strange. It is no difference between this types, this is just a little help for creating such commands.
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Matthias515566 on June 17, 2018, 20:22:28 »
No it is nothing wrong with the command configuration, it should work. I tested it several times. I made nothing different. Maybe restarting windows sometimes?
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Suncatcher on June 17, 2018, 20:21:42 »
Thanks, variant with Multiscript type worked. And how to debug this hot path hotkey issue? Is it conflicting with smth? Can I reassign this combinations?
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Suncatcher on June 17, 2018, 17:59:39 »
Well it doesn't work from hotkey. But it also doesn't work when put on panel. It seems something wrong with command configuration. Could you please review config screenshot from the first post?
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That is strange.
I have the same problem. I use "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016".
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Support and Feedback / Re: Path shortcuts
« Last post by Matthias515566 on June 17, 2018, 17:50:21 »
I created for testing: "MC.Explorer.Goto PATH="\\Fritz-nas\FRITZ-NAS\FRITZ\voicebox\"" and i used the Hotkey Ctrl+Z because this was the only free.
This works very well.
Do please never use Ctrl+D, this is needed for removing the selection.

Don't forget to assign the new hotkey. Watch that the hotkey in the hotkey list.
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