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  • Shotski2
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    Still does not work n transition logic. I have tried everything

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  • Shotski2
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    I tested in Artist and it worked but not when in transition logic :-(

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  • Shotski2
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    Thanks, I do need help scripting the field so the value can change to any number.

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  • matzunaga
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    Shotski2 see if this helps

    In the script, there is a line as follows

    System.SendCommand("CLOCK1*TIME SET " & 5)

    Change the number 5 to what ever number of seconds you need, I tried it using 5,10,30,45 and 60 and worked

    You can improve on the script by adding a filed and read the number of seconds from that field that way the number of seconds does not have to be hard coded

    Let me know if you have questions, I hope this helps and good luck
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  • Shotski2
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    Ok i have settled on using an offset to move the out position to the desired time in the stage but i cant get it to update once the clock input changes. So when the clock is set to 45 seconds it animates out at 30 seconds. How do i have it get the value and update the offset time. The script below is what i have so far.

    dim Default as Director
    Default = Stage.FindDirector("Default")

    dim t as double = System.SendCommand("CLOCK3*TIME GET")


    sub OnExecPerField()
    if t = 30 then Stage.FindDirector("ENDTIME").offset = 30
    if t = 45 then Stage.FindDirector("ENDTIME").offset = 45
    if t = 60 then Stage.FindDirector("ENDTIME").offset = 60
    end sub

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  • Shotski2
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    I tried using a parameter tracker and the 1 minute clock still did not animate off. It works in Artist but not in transition logic.

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  • Shotski2
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    Ho do i script to set an offset?

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  • Lapat
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    Did you try i <= 0.0 ? onExecPerField can cause you to be in the situation of t=0.0000000001, and it will never be equal to 0.0
    You can also try to convert it to integer for comparison as well by using cint(var)

    To make it more effective, I would recommend to set the offset of animation out to 30,45,60, or etc.

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  • Shotski2
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    Correction: I see the value on the engine output and it says 0.000000. It still does not work going between the :30 & :45 second clocks. The 1 minute clock does not animate off. Any Ideas?

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  • Shotski2
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    What is the syntax for printing out the value? I know you use the printIn function but cant get it to work.

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  • Lapat
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    did you try

    if t <= 0.0 then xxx

    or try to print out the value of t, see what actually it was.

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  • Shotski2
    started a topic Clock Question

    Clock Question

    I have a clock script that counts from 30 seconds, 45 seconds, 1 minute to zero and then animates off. It works fine for the 30 & 45 second options but for the 1 minute it does not animate off. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for the help.

    Shotski

    sub OnExecPerField()
    dim TestDir as Director
    TestDir = Stage.FindDirector("TestDir")

    dim t as double = System.SendCommand("CLOCK1*TIME GET")
    if t = 0.0 then TestDir.ContinueAnimation()
    end Sub
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