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Author Topic: SOLVED: Dream Configuration  (Read 1684 times)

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SOLVED: Dream Configuration
« on: June 22, 2012, 06:52:15 PM »
I have a problem.
I have a hotkey to propose this moment : 23.06.2012.0.47.24 (Control+shift+D)
I can use in a file name to control the creation date manually.
And I have a program that don't like the changes from the initial regional configuration.
so only accept this format 23/06/2012 0:47:24
When I change in the regional configuration and language the separator / by a point (.) I have a problem with that soft.
when I change in the regional configuration and language the separator : by a point (.) I have certain problem with that soft.

So.

I think I have two opportunities.

the hotkey Control+shift+D consist of : {#date}.{#time} in an old version of Phrase Express.
I don't know how to change that.

what I really need is a little script to propose the result as 23.06.2012.0.47.24 without changing the regional configuration for not affect the old program.

So .(excuse my english)





No changes in the regional configuration.

But the script "must understand" that the formato to put data/hour is 23.06.2012.0.47.24

Therefore I will not have problems with the old program.

Best Regards
 :-*

Note : the other opportunity is more complicated, because require change configuration constantly. Discarded.







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Re: SOLVED: Dream Configuration
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2012, 09:18:01 AM »
 ;D

Ouwwww. It's solved finally with the same Phrase Express

I put

{#datetime -f dd.mm.yyyy}{#asc 46}{#datetime -f  hh.mm}

instead of

{#date}.{#time}

 :-*