PDF Export: Insert the last alteration date

Hello guys,

 

is their an opportunity to insert the last alteration date while exporting to PDF?

I want to put the last date of chance into the footer of my PDF export of a single page.

 

I already tried to fix my problem while using the current-time makro, but this solution shows the date I exported to PDF and not the date of the last time the page was saved.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Jonas,

 

I'm sure you can create a User Macro that can access the page's last modification date as $!content.getLastModificationDate and render it in the output of the macro.

I'm not sure though if you can format it, it will print the last mod date of the pages you place the macro in.

Tibor

Brilliant! Thank you very much.

I can now insert the last mod date and the PDF export works as well.

 

Does anybody know if I can put this into the footer?

I thought of something like this:

@bottom-left {
       content: {LastModificationDate};
}

Hi Jonas,

Brilliant! Thank you very much.

I can now insert the last mod date and the PDF export works as well.

=> How did you do exactly? By writing a specific User Macro?

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