var e = entry ();
e.set ("Author", e.author);
e.set ("Modification date", new Date ());
It was simple ... but the user's login was saved in the "Author" field.
I would like to have, "Name and Surname".
login A = Name and Surname A
login B = Name and Surname B
And I have a problem with that.
Will there be someone willing to help me with this problem
name - entry name
title - entry name
description - entry description
favorites - true, if the entry is in Favorites
deleted - true, if the entry is deleted (it is in the Recycle Bin)
author - the id of the user who created the entry
creationTime - date & time the entry was created
lastModifiedTime - date & time the entry was last modified
While other info could be made available in these properties, this is all the info as of now. I suggest you request it from the developer, best by using Memento.UserVoice.com.
So, using a semicolon is not an error here because the script then executes the next command. I do not know why, after finding a login and a change, it does not cease to execute the script.