Easily add a UNIX timestamp of the current time and date to most form fields!
This extension is based on and inspired by the "Timestamp it!" extension version 1.6 from SHELLSTRÖM. This is the light version that only allows you to insert a UNIX timestamp to most of the editable forms. To do that you can right-click any editable fields and select "Insert UNIX timestamp" from the menu. You can also inject the timestamp using the <CTRL + ALT + T> keys combination. I was using the original "Timestamp it!" for a while and needed to add more options to it. As it looks like it's not under development anymore I decided to finally make the necessary changes to the code myself. At this point I'm only publishing one part of the changes to make it available for others. I'm using this extension everyday at work to generate unique identifiers for my technical notes (like KB1510661476), my meeting notes (like MN1510661490), my SQL variables (like VAR1510661508), online forms testing (like user1510661747) and so on...
- (2020-12-15) Lucas Ferreira da Silva: Sorry, but it is not working. It pastes correctly, but when press the swagger button to execute the request, the fields becomes empty and does not work as expected.
- (2020-03-19, v:1.0) Jacque Denson: string of numbers
when I use the shortcut or add the stamp, I get this string of numbers instead of a timestamp: 1584639566. I cannot figure out how to edit or fix this.
- (2019-10-07, v:1.0) Stewart Hoffmann: Options?
Hi - Thanks for building this. I really liked using Timestamp it and I'm disappointed to see that it's no longer on the webstore. Your version seems great, but it doesn't look like you can change the format of the timestamp or the keyboard shortcut to add it (would love to use ctrl+y instead of ctrl+alt+t). I don't see any options menu or anything. Am I missing something?