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Re: y2k bug in New Date, cannot set date back to 9

Posted By: Greg Akers <>
Date: Jan-1-2000 12:20 p.m.

In Response To: y2k bug in New Date, cannot set date back to 99 (Mike Gaber)

> I use Win 98 Second Edition.
> I just found a y2k bug in X-Tree Gold. After I updated a Lotus file from 12/26/99 on 1/1/00 it now had the new date of 1/1/00.
> This was all fine and dandy and since I sort by Date Decending. It did as I hoped and sorted the file by it's date to the top of the list.

> However!!! when I went into New Date and changed the date back to 12/26/99, it seemed to take, but when I went to re-Log (via What seems to be the problem is that you cannot go back to 1999 once a file has been changed to 00 if you want to re-date a file.

> This same problem exists on Z-Tree, however I have already e-mailed Kim Henkle, about the problem, and I have no doubt he will have a fix for this problem possibly within days. As for X-Tree Gold, I guess we will never get this fixed... More and more Z-Tree is becomming my replacement for X-Tree Gold. Kim has done wonders with Z-Tree...

I cannot confirm this New Date bug in XTG 3.01 running under WinNT4. The "old" date takes just fine for me.

I DO confirm this New Date bug in ZTreeWin, but only in the last few beta versions 1.47b thru 1.47c, though. And I agree with Mike about his assessment of Kim's conscientiousness and ZTree's usefulness.

Happy New Year!

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