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Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1291
12/12/02 05:57 AM
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I hate using tons of timers, do you too? Try this out....

alias tmr_signals {
if ($timer(S30) == $null) { .timerS30 -o 0 30 .scid -a .signal TMR_30 }
if ($timer(S60) == $null) { .timerS60 -o 0 60 .scid -a .signal TMR_60 }
if ($timer(S90) == $null) { .timerS90 -o 0 90 .scid -a .signal TMR_90 }
if ($timer(S1800) == $null) { .timerS1800 -o 0 1800 .scid -a .signal TMR_1800 }
if ($timer(S3600) == $null) { .timerS3600 -o 0 3600 .scid -a .signal TMR_3600 }
}

on *:signal:TMR_30:{ echo -s This will echo in every status window once every 30 seconds }

I could if I tried, but if someone has a really clean/quick way to do this with only one timer, please post...

/me loves signals!

Enjoy,
NaquadaServ


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Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1292
12/12/02 09:32 AM
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Hi,

Please don't post in multi forums with the same thread ...


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Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1293
12/12/02 05:59 PM
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Bite me, I put it in two, and it fits in both! Don't you have anything better to do than complain?

Last edited by NaquadaServ; 12/12/02 06:00 PM.

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Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1294
12/12/02 06:31 PM
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You know, it's not like no one isn't going to see it, or did that not occur ...?

Don't you have anything better to do then get defensive when someone kindly asks you to *NOT* do something that is *NOT* supposed to be done on the forum anyways?

Feel free to ask a moderator, I don't think it's changed in the 2 years I've been on this forum but I believe users are not supposed to post duplicate threads to multi forums ... whatever wink

Nice response with 'bite me', you're what? 14? Grow up.

[sarcasm]I guess I'll post this reply to every thread/forum you post in so I can assure you'll see it...[/sarcasm]


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Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1295
13/12/02 12:32 PM
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Hmmm, why bother replying?!

If someone does something they shouldn't do/aren't allowed to do, tell a mod or ignore it...Not difficult wink laugh

Sorry guys, not having a go, just seems to me that people get all tied up in *not important/relevant* stuff. IGNORE IT!!!

grin


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Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1296
13/12/02 05:00 PM
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aww c'mon it's a bit annoying seeing the same things many times, and he asked so nicely to get sutch a bad answer...

Re: Timer Events... An Interesting Use of Signals... #1297
15/12/02 10:33 AM
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Who asked him to post it?

I hate when people stick their noses in, want to "play cop" (be a rule enforcer when they have no authority to do so), or otherwise can't psychologically handle someone that's doing something different then they would do...

Let's look at the severority...
- I have never posted to more then one forum, the same topic, ever before
- The subject was very approprate for both forums
- It was only two forums not 3, 4, or all of them...

To quote Captin Picard, Quoting someone else... "Since when has life ever been as simple as a rule book?"


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