jonahviakeyboard wrote:Actually, I'd love to see another timestamp parameter that didn't have the prefix at all - just the standard format date.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a "standard format" when it comes to dates and times. We are an Australian company and while we try to use American spelling, etc. throughout, we are loathe to force everyone to use the American-style date format of MM/DD/YY
I'm thinking about adding some new template parameters called ITEM-PUBDATE-TIMET, ITEM-TIMEMODIFIED-TIMET, ITEM-TIMERECEIVED-TIMET and ITEM-TIMESTAMP-TIMET. The first three are the <i>published</i>, <i>modified</i> and <i>received</i> times mentioned earlier while the last one is the one that Awasu chooses to be the most appropriate to show the user.
These will mirror the existing template parameters except that they will be numeric time_t values (i.e. number of seconds since Jan 1 1970). From these, you can then present the date/time values in any format you want.
Also, let us know what edition of Awasu you're using and we'll get a special build out to you.