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How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?
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Author:  0izmi [ Wed Sep 15, 2021 4:08 pm ]
Post subject:  How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

1. Open KFM2 (Kolibri File Manager 2.04 Gold)
2. See directory and file by Properties.

Created: 10.04.2021
Opened: 10.04.2021
Modified: 10.04.2021

4. Copy the directory and the file to the destination.
5. View the copied directory and file by properties.
6. It was set to current date/time.

Created: 15.09.2021
Opened: 15.09.2021
Modified: 15.09.2021

Is there an option to change this behavior? I want to preserve the timestamps when copying.

Author:  dunkaist [ Thu Sep 23, 2021 11:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

There is no such option in file managers. When you copy a file, you create a new one, that's why the current timestamp is used.

Author:  0izmi [ Mon Sep 27, 2021 3:28 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

Here are screenshots that show exactly what I mean.

Attachment:
File comment: Kolibri File Manager 2.04 Gold - Properties
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Attachment:
File comment: Kolibri File Manager 2.04 Gold - Properties (after copy)
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Author:  0izmi [ Mon Sep 27, 2021 3:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

Attachment:
File comment: Eolite File Manager 5.04 Gold - Properties
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Attachment:
File comment: Eolite File Manager 5.04 Gold - Copy
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Attachment:
File comment: Eolite File Manager 5.04 Gold - Paste
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Attachment:
File comment: Eolite File Manager 5.04 Gold - Properties (after copy)
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Author:  0izmi [ Mon Sep 27, 2021 3:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

Unfortunately, there are no options under Settings to change this behavior.

An option like this "Preserve all timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified)" is missing.

Attachment:
File comment: Eolite File Manager 5.04 Gold - Settings
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Attachment:
File comment: Kolibri File Manager 2.04 Gold - Settings
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Author:  Leency [ Sun Oct 31, 2021 2:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: How to preserve timestamps (Created, Opened, Modified) when copying?

Good catch. I didn't know this issue before. Thanks for the report.
So.

Which of the timestamps must be saved from the original (Created, Opened, Modified) ?

\Me is the author of Eolite/KFM2.

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