Actually, i imagined you'd want that.
Check this page: http://www.autohotke...m/docs/Variables.htm
Scroll to "Date and Time". Those are the variables that contain the date and the time. I used A_NowUTC. Just follow my example, and replace for the formating you want.
To have a phrase like the following: 2006/02/15 - JGPaiva
, the command line would be:
%A_YYYY%/%A_MM%/%A_DD% - %A_UserName%
The '%' characters indicate to use the value of the variable, and the rest of the characters are displayed as literals.
I'm not a "programing god", as many may confirm, I've started using ahk for about one month, and learned almost everything about it in 2 weeks. Try reading the first tuturials. You'll see it's a very easy and straight-forward scripting language, and in no time you'll be able to do almost everything you want to do.
Skrommel's great one-hour software page, might also be a good starting point. It worked for me