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wew!  :o  Never thought there were macros as complex as these.  ;D , anyways tnx much for the detailed explanation Mars! I've tried using %item-added% and %item-modified% using the format you gave, and yet still the %item-added% displays the current date and time of the system, so I've used the %item-modified% instead and I got the result I ever wanted to. Thank you also rejetto for the inputs.

herein attached the screenshot of the result.  :)

Thank you for the inputs Steve, I am adding the files to the real folder manually, but first I am transferring it from a PC that downloads all the files then dump it to the PC host of the hfs, from a dump folder, then I manually move each file to their respective categories (movies, tv series, animes, applications, etc.). Therefore the timestamps of the %item-modified% maybe the time I added the file to the PC Host of the hfs (or added to the hfs, hehe). Maybe I should use %item-modified% then instead of %item-added%. In a keen observation and testing, I have found that the format given by Mars does not give the proper result. If I use this format,


the result would always be the current time of your PC, as what I have read in this reference,

time | A
returns current time information. The format is specified by parameter A.

the last parameter "%item-added%" thus will be ignored and will display only the current date and time. I tried changing it to


but the result is "macro error, not supported or illegal parameters". I also tried using only %item-added%, but the result is the same as "time", displaying also the current date and time when you access the site.

Then I switched back to %item-modified%....  :(

herein attached is the screenshot of my site, kindly see red boxes.
scroll to the right to see the system date and time.

Thank you Mars! but here is the thing, there seems to be the problem on displaying the item added date, every time the hfs restart, the item displays the date added the time the client access the site, for example today (03-06-2015, 09:47AM), I accessed the site and displays the item added today not the item I added yesterday. Is this how item-added var works?

*I have an event like this in my hfs

[at 00:01]
{.stop server.}
{.start server.}

I added this to prevent the crashing of the hfs due to insufficient memory for running the hfs too long.

Thanks much Mars! I'm sorry I forgot we have that template symbols, and I ran on it before. Anyways that resolved the item added issue, but still there's a time attached to it, and it says (date and time format is defined by OS settings), is there a way that I could hide the time? I tried changing the settings in Region and Language section of the OS, but still no avail.


could someone help me how to display only the date for the result of the variable %item-modified%? I just don't want to include the time in the result because it makes that section too long if it includes also the time. and also, is there a way that I can modify it to display the date the file was added to the hfs? not the date the file was modified.

HTML & templates / Re: Welcome screen
« on: January 29, 2015, 10:24:41 AM »
I made one using this settings, as what DSJ said, made a template and added as an overlay for the root. Hope this helps

Hello rejetto, yes now I got your point, thank you very much, it's now working but kinda long so it takes two lines for the uptime. :)

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Multi-Page per Directory
« on: October 19, 2013, 06:30:39 AM »
Hello rejetto, yes I see the word "customized template" at the bottm, I am using the black_rawr template. does it mean that the black_rawr template is not the same built with the default? :(

RAWR-Designs / Re: Changing The Default Search Option
« on: October 15, 2013, 02:26:40 PM »
Hello rejetto, but I found the code inside the rawr_main javascript, well then what should I change in the code so that the default search will be in the File(s) option not in Both?

Thank you for your response rejetto, using the uptime.exe, how can I display it in the statistics module then? what kind of %% I'll be using then? ex. %uptime% for the server uptime. %?% for the uptime.exe result..

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Multi-Page per Directory
« on: October 15, 2013, 02:15:13 PM »
Hello rejetto, is that so? but why can't I find the option for it? I am using HFS 2.3 build 282, but still my server is not paged as what you have said. :(

RAWR-Designs / Re: Changing The Default Search Option
« on: October 11, 2013, 10:33:51 AM »
Any update here?  ;D


Is it possible to display the computer's running time/uptime in the statistics module? I tried several commands like timestamp, date, time, now, but only displays the current date, I wanted somehow to display the computer's running time, because the %uptime% command displays only the running time of the HFS server not the computer itself, I wanted to display the running time of computer vs the running time of the HFS server because I have added an additional script in event scripts that resets (stop/start) the server every 12:01AM to avoid the crashing of the server (memory leak). :)

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Multi-Page per Directory
« on: October 08, 2013, 01:55:37 AM »
Hello Mars, I didn't realize it was too complex to add a multi-page directory  :o ,  this time I'm lost in that codes you provided. Don't know where to start haha.  ;D

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