On 3/10/22 2:11 PM, Jolly Roger wrote:
> On 2022-03-10, Doron Kabillio <do...@nospam.net
>> When moving a file from Mac A to Mac B via AirDrop, the file date is
>> changed from its original date on Mac A to the current date.
>> Any setting or simple way to permanently override this "feature"?
> When you use AirDrop, you're not "moving" anything - you are "copying"
> it. AirDrop is not a traditional file sharing facility and therefore
> does not retain file metadata from the source file system. The file is
> brand new on the destination machine. So this is correct operation.
> If you want to maintain file system metadata when copying or moving
> files, use traditional file sharing instead.