The issue I was facing was that I wanted to be able to search newsletters by the year in it filename and live filtering take all information in account including the file date when filtering.
I just recently copied all my newsletter files from years 2018 to 2011 to a different folder which update all the file date to 2018 since it was modified when all of it was copied over. If I wanted to do a search on 2018, it list all the files because all the file dates are now 2018 instead newsletters with 2018 in it filename.
One way I could fix this is to to use linux command “touch” to restore all of the newsletters back to it original year when it was first created in and I have hundred of newsletter and at first I mistakenly assume it was a bug until Will explain that intended function and currently there wasn’t a way to exclude the file date from filtering when searching for a newsletter by the year unless the newsletter file date has not been modified when it was first created.
I was getting ready to try to write a php script to touch all the newsletter files until I noticed a “update available” on the stack update icon this morning. It was a nice surprise Now I don’t have to touch the files instead I just exclude the file date from the filtering and it will bring up all the correct year since I include the date that the newsletter was issued in the filename.
Hope I was clear in explaining, sorry my English isn’t all that great but I try my best.