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

Posted By: Mike Gaber <>
Date: Jan-1-2000 6:59 p.m.

In Response To: Re: y2k bug in New Date, cannot set date back to 9 (Greg Akers)

Yes you all are correct,
THIS IS NOT A "BUG" in Z-TREE, but it is still a "BUG" in X-TREE, unless someone can set me straight.
Z-Tree get's it right, it's just that you need to use the F4 option with the correct "toggle" option (written). I am not sure what status my was set at as it's the 1st time I have used the New Date in Z-Tree, although I use it a lot in X-Tree, but it looks like another reason to drop X-Tree completely.
Thank you all for checking this out.
The reason I immediately thought it was a "bug" is because it "IS" a bug in X-TREE GOLD as far as I can figure.
Once I saw that, I immediately went to my "new favorite" file manager "Z-TREE" and of course I never paid attention to the (written, Created, accessed), but I just went ahead and did the NEW DATE as I always have done with X-Tree Gold, and when I saw it took the date properly, but then when I either used the F3 Re-Log or re-entered Z-Tree, the date was back to it's original 1/1/00 date. So naturally I figured I had found a "bug" and wanted to get it to Kim and everyone else so it could be fixed...
What I need to do is check out all the extra options that are available in this new great program....
Next time I will take my time before I jump.

Once again there is more proof that Z-Tree has surpassed X-Tree in functionality...

> I retract my confirmation of this New Date bug in ZTreeWin. See my
> explanation on the ZTreeWin Forum at
> http://www.serve.com/vico/bbs1/config.cgi?read =3660

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