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  1. #1
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    Exclamation How to Show Created date Column next to Modified Data Column?

    How to Show Created date Column next to Modified Data Column?

    Cant figure out where this is hidden? Right click on top of columns does not show the option.

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    Hello,

    We do not have or expose the Created Date column, and do not have a means to compare it. The only Creation Date option we have is to attempt to preserve it during a copy in the Session Settings dialog -> Handling tab. The Modified date is the only shown and compared date we currently support.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron View Post
    Hello,

    We do not have or expose the Created Date column, and do not have a means to compare it. The only Creation Date option we have is to attempt to preserve it during a copy in the Session Settings dialog -> Handling tab. The Modified date is the only shown and compared date we currently support.
    Would this not be a simple addition to add as a Column - To SHOW AS IS - from the File System.

    Sometimes we have COPIES that may be modified at the same time but the Creation Date helps us distinguish VISUALLY MANUALLY even if BC has no algorithm to do so.

    PS: One more thing, would it be possible for BC to hand off or use TeraCopy / Pro has the File Coper when we choose any FILE OPERATIONS (Copy Move - Left Right or both ways)

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    Hello,

    Introducing the column requires handling various edge cases, working with different file systems, as well as communicating that it isn't compared or populated in different scenarios. It isn't as slam dunk as it might appear.

    BC4 has an Options dialog -> Open With section that can define custom commands using command lines. This can take any command line, as long as the other copy programs can accept and work with command line parameters.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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