Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

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Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Sun May 28, 2017 8:16 pm

Hi,
I'm currently using 0.86 64-bit, but this has been going on for awhile.

When I drag files or folders in XnView MP on Windows 8.1 to a different folder, frequently some of the files lose their timestamps.

SOMETIMES, 1 or more of the modified files will have timestamps with dates of 1601-01-01 (see screenshots). Note this is in the Windows NTFS file properties, not the EXIF data.
Because of this, programs have trouble with the files (RawTherapee won't open the files, XnViewMP won't show properties or build a new thumbnail, ...)

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Sun May 28, 2017 8:33 pm

I have the "Keep original date/time" options all set.

When this happens, the date is always 1/1/1601, but the times are random but all the same for the affected set of files.

i.e. the last set this happened to, all files have the timestamp of 1/1/1601 08:49,
but another set will have the same date but a different time.

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Wed May 31, 2017 9:54 pm

Any ideas or things I could try?

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby xnview » Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:43 am

From windows explorer into XnViewMP browser?
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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:14 pm

Hi Pierre,

I'm dragging files/folders around in XnView, not Windows explorer.

Thanks

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby xnview » Fri Jun 30, 2017 11:41 am

From thumbnail view, into thumbnail view? you are able to reproduce it often?
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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:04 pm

Yes, selecting one or more thumnails, and either hitting CTRL-X, and CTRL-V in another folder, or using the mouse to drag them.

It happens fairly often, affecting one or more of the files at a time.

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:07 pm

BTW, someone on another forum said AntiVirus sw may be a factor; I use Avast.

But it doesn't happen with other programs; I move files around with TotalCommander all the time and it's never happened.

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby xnview » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:10 am

bobbozzo wrote:Yes, selecting one or more thumnails, and either hitting CTRL-X, and CTRL-V in another folder, or using the mouse to drag them.

It happens fairly often, affecting one or more of the files at a time.

All file formats?
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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby bobbozzo » Sat Jul 01, 2017 9:25 pm

Definitely .ORF files, not sure about JPG.

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Re: Intermittent Timestamp corruption when moving files

Postby xnview » Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:21 pm

bobbozzo wrote:Definitely .ORF files, not sure about JPG.

could you try with other formats?
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