« on: June 01, 2017, 09:44 AM »
But you seem to have spent a couple of more hours here...
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New <date yyyymmdd>.txt
I'm not sure what "SST" is. According to Google it's literally all over the map: Swedish Summer Time, Singapore Standard Time, Samoa Standard Time, or South Sumatran TimeI meant it to be Samoa Standard Time, the last place on earth where Cyber Monday turns to Tuesday. (http://www.timeandda...e.com/time/zones/sst)-mwb1100 (December 01, 2014, 07:51 PM)
What programs have the most advanced file tagging functionalities? To clarify: I am not talking about multimedia tagging, where the metadata fields are fixed. I am talking about free-form tagging of any files, with tag fields arbitrarily defined by the user, for managing large collections of heteronegeous files.
Functionalities such as logical operations with tags (set theory and such), wildcards in the tag queries (e.g. include all tags that match abc*), virtual folders based on tags, etc. would especially be very much appreciated.
Any ideas related to tagging programs, even if not currently implemented in a program, would be welcome in this thread.-Hennt (August 06, 2014, 09:05 AM)
Filter and order folders by the date of original creation timeCan you post an example of what output you desire?
I would like to obtain a list of folders by the creation date in the original pc where they were created.
Additionally go to different levels in a tree. Even choosing the subfolders i wish more details . Custumizable.
Best Regards-Contro (July 15, 2014, 03:04 PM)
Permanent Custom Sort Order (PCS) is on XYplorer's road map since long, and all the thinking has been done, I more or less just need to type in the code. Only I'm not sure about the importance of this feature compared to other ideas I have. I have the impression that only very few people would actually use PCS.XYplorer's recent beta finally has it: Permanent Custom Sort Order!-DonL (March 08, 2013, 01:03 AM)