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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    this is a bug I need to fix

    do you know you can have time range across days (except for Sunday to Monday), so

    [Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue 00:00],[Tue 00:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00]

    can be simplified to

    [Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00]
    Thanks for the tip. It makes sense that it would cross days, since the cutoff in my text was the next day. This is the first time I have played with schedules at all. I changed it, but it still cannot pass Sunday midnight.

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    OK I cannot figure one thing out. I am unable to create a schedule of sunset-01:00-midnight.

    The text I tried was:

    [Mon 00:00;Mon Sunrise+01:00],[Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue 00:00],[Tue 00:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00],[Tue Sunset-01:00;Wed 00:00],[Wed 00:00;Wed Sunrise+01:00],[Wed Sunset-01:00;Thu 00:00],[Thu 00:00;Thu Sunrise+01:00],[Thu Sunset-01:00;Fri 00:00],[Fri 00:00;Fri Sunrise+01:00],[Fri Sunset-01:00;Sat 00:00],[Sat 00:00;Sat Sunrise+01:00],[Sat Sunset-01:00;Sun 00:00],[Sun 00:00;Sun Sunrise+01:00],[Sun Sunset-01:00;Mon 00:00]

    The part in red does not work and the program removes it. Mon-Sat work fine. I can use [Sun Sunset-01:00;Sun 23:59], but then there is a 1-minute gap.
    this is a bug I need to fix

    do you know you can have time range across days (except for Sunday to Monday), so

    [Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue 00:00],[Tue 00:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00]

    can be simplified to

    [Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00]

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  • rprade
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    OK I cannot figure one thing out. I am unable to create a schedule of sunset-01:00-midnight.

    The text I tried was:

    [Mon 00:00;Mon Sunrise+01:00],[Mon Sunset-01:00;Tue 00:00],[Tue 00:00;Tue Sunrise+01:00],[Tue Sunset-01:00;Wed 00:00],[Wed 00:00;Wed Sunrise+01:00],[Wed Sunset-01:00;Thu 00:00],[Thu 00:00;Thu Sunrise+01:00],[Thu Sunset-01:00;Fri 00:00],[Fri 00:00;Fri Sunrise+01:00],[Fri Sunset-01:00;Sat 00:00],[Sat 00:00;Sat Sunrise+01:00],[Sat Sunset-01:00;Sun 00:00],[Sun 00:00;Sun Sunrise+01:00],[Sun Sunset-01:00;Mon 00:00]

    The part in red does not work and the program removes it. Mon-Sat work fine. I can use [Sun Sunset-01:00;Sun 23:59], but then there is a 1-minute gap.
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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    in version 3.0.0.10, I have added the possibility to create schedule time ranges relative to sunrise or sunset
    For now (I'll try to make it more user friendly in a future version) you have to manually enter the relative time in the text field. For example
    Code:
    Mon Sunrise+00:20
    the offset is optional and can be positive or negative

    [ATTACH]46945[/ATTACH]

    then you can edit the schedule, drag and drop a time range or resize it, and the offset will be recomputed accordingly.

    for example the schedule below could be used to turn on some lights from 3am to sunrise+20minutes, and from sunset-20minutes to 11:45pm

    [ATTACH]46946[/ATTACH]
    User friendly would be more gooder

    As it is it is a welcome addition. I just used a text editor to build a week and it seems to work fine.

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  • spud
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    in version 3.0.0.10, I have added the possibility to create schedule time ranges relative to sunrise or sunset
    For now (I'll try to make it more user friendly in a future version) you have to manually enter the relative time in the text field. For example
    Code:
    Mon Sunrise+00:20
    the offset is optional and can be positive or negative

    Click image for larger version

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    then you can edit the schedule, drag and drop a time range or resize it, and the offset will be recomputed accordingly.

    for example the schedule below could be used to turn on some lights from 3am to sunrise+20minutes, and from sunset-20minutes to 11:45pm

    Click image for larger version

Name:	sunrise_sunset.jpg
Views:	2
Size:	78.9 KB
ID:	1179124

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