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  • #16
    Yes I meant modhistory.csv.

    Actually if you rename modhistory.csv temporarily and then add a new entry via the web page, does it display the date correctly?
    Jon

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    • #17
      So it looks like the date/time format from the original is different than the new. I also noticed now that there is a modhistory.ini as well as the csv file. It too has information in it that the csv file has... Why two files?

      I'll need to work on converting it then...

      Robert
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      • #18
        There is no change in format; probably just the way .asp and .aspx encode the pages differently. You may just need to copy/paste the text from the old to the new or use something like NotePad++ to change the page encoding of the original .csv.

        The ini file entry was just added to prevent duplicate entries which can happen with the original code.
        Jon

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