• Javascript Question

    From KF5QEO@VERT/MAINLINE to All on Friday, January 17, 2014 16:15:01
    O.k. I'm wanting to do some customizing of my BBS. I can handle parts of it, but my knowledge of Synchronet's mods to javascript isn't the greatest. Most of what I know is what I see in various .js files I find. With that in mind, I'd like to theme my BBS a bit more. So like I want to modify userlist.js to show the user list like a contact log for ham radio. That being said, I need two things:

    1. Date and Time the user last called. (Weird the userlist.js doesn't
    seem to have any reference to it, but I thought it showed the date/time
    the user logged in.)
    2. I need to convert the date/time to Universal time and format it in
    yyyy-monthname-dd hh:mm:ss format.

    Thinking about it some more, I'll need to know if the connection was telnet, http, or any other type...

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to KF5QEO on Friday, January 17, 2014 17:23:33
    Re: Javascript Question
    By: KF5QEO to All on Fri Jan 17 2014 04:15 pm

    O.k. I'm wanting to do some customizing of my BBS. I can handle parts of it, but my knowledge of Synchronet's mods to javascript isn't the greatest. Most of what I know is what I see in various .js files I find. With that
    in mind, I'd like to theme my BBS a bit more. So like I want to modify userlist.js to show the user list like a contact log for ham radio. That being said, I need two things:

    1. Date and Time the user last called. (Weird the userlist.js doesn't
    seem to have any reference to it, but I thought it showed the date/time
    the user logged in.)
    2. I need to convert the date/time to Universal time and format it in
    yyyy-monthname-dd hh:mm:ss format.

    Thinking about it some more, I'll need to know if the connection was
    telnet, http, or any other type...

    Seehttp://synchro.net/docs/jsobjs.html#user.stats

    The user.stats.laston_date (number, date and time of last logon in "seconds sine 1/1/1970) is probably what you want. You should able to display it in local time or UTC using core JavaScript methods.

    And the last connection type/protocol (string) is stored in the user.connection
    property.

    digital man

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