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From a keyboard shortcut I want to add this text

Custom text - 31/12/09 - 10:00:15(GMT)

Time, date and Time zone should be taken from System in same format.

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^!v::     
FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, dd/MM/yyyy - hh:mm:ss  
SendRaw Jitendra - %CurrentDateTime%(GMT)  
Return  

The proof: Jitendra - 09/01/2010 - 05:41:15(GMT)

edit: Alright, try this:

^!v::
FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, dd/MM/yyyy - hh:mm:ss
time:=A_Now 
EnvSub, time, A_NowUTC, Hours
SendRaw Jitendra - %CurrentDateTime%(GMT
if time>0
sendraw +%time%
if time<0
sendraw %time%
sendraw )
Return

It's by no means perfect (and I actually haven't tested it, too much effort to change timezones), but it's conceptually sound, and should output things like GMT+1, or GMT-2, or something.

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is timezone dynamic? –  metal gear solid Jan 9 '10 at 17:44
    
based on system time –  RJFalconer Jan 9 '10 at 17:46
    
Nope, but I'm working on it :) –  Phoshi Jan 9 '10 at 17:46
    
Right, I don't believe AHK can get what timezone you are, but if you use A_NowUTC instead of the blank argument after CurrentDateTime, you can be sure it's GMT. Best I've got, sorry :( –  Phoshi Jan 9 '10 at 17:50
    
@BlueNovember - I mean system and timezone can be changed –  metal gear solid Jan 9 '10 at 17:50

You can cause Notepad to put the current date and time into the bottom of a file every time it is opened. Save ".LOG" in the top of the contents of the file. The resulting format is

hh:mm dd/mm/yyyy

Although probably not what you're after, it's an interesting trick that may be useful to someone coming from Google.

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u can easily add through F5 in notepad –  metal gear solid Jan 9 '10 at 17:55

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