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Action(s) 1.1.4 contains minor bug corrections. Find all the details regarding this release in the release notes page.
The Additional Internet Actions Pack offers a brain new action, Get icon URLs from Webpage, that allow you to download the favicons of a website. This action event manages the website icon for Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad) if any.
Thanks to Enzyme for the idea.
Especially, using the add date mode, you can add a date to the file name using various date formats. By default, Rename Files provides 7 formats:
|Date and Time Format||Example|
But you can also create your own format if the ones provided does not answer your need. It is very easy. Action(s) interprets different letters as date and time codes and replaces them by their values. You can combine the codes to create your own format.
Here are the available iddentifiers:
|Code||Date or Time Component||Examples|
|Year (2 digits)|
|Year (4 digits)|
|Month in year (2 digits)|
|Month in year (3 letters)|
|Month in year (full)|
|Week in year|
|Week in month|
|Day in year|
|Day in month (1 or 2 digits)|
|Day in month (2 digits)|
|Day of week in month|
|Day in week (3 letters)|
|Day in week (full)|
|Hour in day (0-23) (1 or 2 digits)|
|Hour in day (0-23) (2 digits)|
|Hour in am/pm (1-12) (1 or 2 digits)|
|Hour in am/pm (1-12) (2 digits)|
|Hour in day (1-24) (1 or 2 digits)|
|Hour in day (1-24) (2 digits)|
|Hour in am/pm (0-11) (1 or 2 digits)|
|Hour in am/pm (0-11) (2 digits)|
|Minute in hour (1 or 2 digits)|
|Minute in hour (2 digits)|
|Second in minute (1 or 2 digits)|
|Second in minute (2 digits)|
|Millisecond (1, 2 or 3 digits)|
|Millisecond (3 digits)|
|Time zone (short name if available or GMT based)|
|Time zone (full name if available or GMT based)|
|Time zone (RFC 822 format)|
Text can be quoted using single quotes (
') to avoid interpretation.
''(2 quotes) represents a single quote.
All characters which are not letters (from
'z') are not interpreted and so do not need to be put between quotes.
The following examples show how date and time patterns are interpreted in the U.S. locale. The given date and time are 4 July 2001 at 12:08:56 local time in the U.S. Pacific Time time zone.
|Date and Time Format||Result|