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  • #3554
    navnerd
    Participant

    Automatic GPX file names generated by DMD2 are errorneous. You would expected the following format:

    YY_MM_DD-hh_mm_ss

    with:

    YY-year
    MM-month
    DD-Day
    hh-hour
    mm-minute
    ss-second

    However, “MM” records the minute in the date, not the month! 🙁

    As an example, a recording of today showed:

    23_39_07-08_39_08

     

    Device: SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
    Android 13, One UI 5.1

    #3558
    johnkeel
    Keymaster

    Hello

    Thank you for reporting this is now fixed for next update!

    DMD2 Project Manager & Lead Developer
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    #3561
    navnerd
    Participant

    Thanks, John, for the hypersonic fix speed! 🙂

    #3567
    navnerd
    Participant

    Hi John,

    Unfortunately, it seems the fix doesn’t work. Just installed version 3.00009. With it, I got the following automatically generated name:

    70_00_01-01_00_00
    ??

    (Device again the SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G, Android 13, One UI 5.1)

    If you have to touch the code therefore again, could you change the automatically generated name into the following format:

    YYYYMMDD-hhmmss

    This is the same format that many (if not most) digital camera apps name image files and has the following advantages:
    a) Shorter (2 digits less, and especially no long underscores, so less space needed on the screen),
    b) Starting with YYYY makes it safer against confusion due to different date abbreviation conventions in different regions of the world (e.g. YYMMDD or DDMMYY :-()

    Thanks a lot!

    #3576
    navnerd
    Participant

    If it helps for debugging: Today morning the automatic file name generated was:

    23_03_08-08_03_35

    Same Samsung device.

    #3620
    navnerd
    Participant

    Is fixed and it works (observed in 3.00013, but I think it worked already one or two releases ago)! Great to see that the app is constantly updated and improved.

    Thanks, John!

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