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Doc B | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Nov 13 2018 7:59 PM

I've really not used a lot of the new L8...waiting on them to fix most of it.  But I have poked around a bit. One curiosity is the dates on my documents. About 90% of them seem to have had the date (I assume this is a creation date? or possibly last modified date?) changed to Nov 30, 2017.

I have no idea why.

You can see in the screenshot how far down the slider is and the cutoff to docs with different dates. (I sorted by the date column, so everything from there up is dated Nov 30, 2017.)

???

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Doc B:
One curiosity is the dates on my documents. About 90% of them seem to have had the date (I assume this is a creation date? or possibly last modified date?) changed to Nov 30, 2017.

The date in the documents menu is (IIRC) the last time the document was modified on this computer. The most likely explanation for this date is that you (re)installed Logos on Nov 30, 2017, so all documents were synced down and “modified” on that date.

Storing the “real” last modified date on a document and syncing it across computers is a potential future enhancement that we’re tracking in our bug database.

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Doc B | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 13 2018 9:32 PM

Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):
The date in the documents menu is (IIRC) the last time the document was modified on this computer.

Hmmm. 

I did a Win10 upgrade on 11/30/17.  Maybe that's what caused it.

Not that important, but interesting on a slow night.  Thanks, Bradley.

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