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AppendVersion_X64 AppendVersion_x64 is a simple program intended to expedite the systematic renaming of executable installation files, compressed installation files and Start Menu links that point to installed executable program files. In this discussion, 'target executable file' can refer to an uncompressed installation executable, or to the compressed installation executable file inside a packaged compressed file (zip, 7z, rar or tar), or to the executable file that a Start Menu link points to. A 'rename target' can refer, again, to an uncompressed installation exe
This is a modification of a script that was originally posted back in 2006, that was itself a modification of a script in the same thread, which was a modification of another script linked in that thread. All credits remain in the header as to who contributed to this. The only credit I take in this script is modifying parts of it to: 1.make it a bit faster, by removing a ReDim that was inside a loop 2.add support for OSs other than XP because of the number of file properties returned 3.add support for the future if the number of file properties returned changes again with f
I had a hdd that crashed and upon receiving a replacement from my online backup, the Date Created, Date Modified, and Date Accessed were set to the date of the copy, and not the actual creation date. I did find that for my .jpgs, under Details, there is a Date Taken field that has the correct data. Can AutoIt be used to find the Date Taken, and then Set the Date Created to the value in Date Taken? I've never seen any of these kinds of functions in AutoIt. Thanks!
Super Update! Now supports full console actions and running commands from a text file! Run fropmod ? for options. Using the GUI: Drag and drop a file to the dropbox at the top. To set a date/time pair to the current date and time, right mouse click the control and hit Set to Now. Hold Shift to use alternate options. Hash is a slightly trimmed MD5 of the entire file, so large files will take a bit to compute. Using the CmdLine: FropMod uses a linear-style command line interface. Commands are linked together to perform tasks. Files are loaded using fropmod f <filenam