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  • sirmeili
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    This is a feature I really want. Specifically to do notifications when an event is coming up or to do a "events/appointments happening today" notification in the morning.

    I've started my demo over (thanks support! ), but this is my main use case for this plugin.

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  • Blade
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    I have a lot of feature requests
    I have not done many feature requests as I am working to get my system back up and running since we moved to a new house
    I will get back to doing more feature requests as soon as I can

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  • w.vuyk
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    Originally posted by Blade View Post
    It definitely does not do that now.
    Put in a feature request on my site
    Bob,

    I have put the feature request in more then a year ago. Any chance it will be honoured?

    Thanks,

    Wim

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  • Blade
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    It definitely does not do that now.
    Put in a feature request on my site

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  • w.vuyk
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    Bob,

    I would like to announce the subject of an appointment with a handler.

    Maybe with variables it is possible?
    Something like HS[Speak~"$$BLGDATA:user.name$$: You have an appoinment named $$BLGDATA:calendar.subject$$" in $$BLGDATA:calendar.location$$ at $$BLGDATA:calendar.time$$ ]

    Don't mind the syntax I am using, any other will do too. This way I could speak or send the warning by mail or to other plugins with the details on why the handler is triggering.

    Thanks Wim

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  • Blade
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    Explain in detail exactly what you are trying to do

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  • w.vuyk
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    Using the calender description and user in a handler?

    Bob,

    Yesterday I have finally installed the latest version of BLGData, did not test more after my last test with the trigger in Handlers. I noticed the trigger is now working correctly. So I am trying to make use of that, but I think the handler is not holding information on the calendar event triggering the handler?

    Is this true and should I write a script to find the user/calendar event myself or is there a way to use the user and calendar object in the handler itself? I am a bit confused with the documentation as it is explaining the handler and then jumps to the objects. So I am hoping the objects are addressable inside the handler?

    Wim
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