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paulw

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I'm new to this so I may be missing something.

 

I looking for the ability go test a date range without year being involved.

 

An example would be where I want Christmas lights to act differently say from Dec 21 to Jan 2, than during other times.

 

Another situation is where I want to change behavior of devices during summer months.

 

I have looked at date conditions, but year always seems to be part of it.

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Hi Paul,

 

Unfortunately that feature is not available currently but is high on our list.

 

With kind regards,

Michel

I'm new to this so I may be missing something.

 

I looking for the ability go test a date range without year being involved.

 

An example would be where I want Christmas lights to act differently say from Dec 21 to Jan 2, than during other times.

 

Another situation is where I want to change behavior of devices during summer months.

 

I have looked at date conditions, but year always seems to be part of it.

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Auger66,

 

I just made the plunge last week after putting it off for a couple of years. Just did not feel the 99i abilities were robust enough. Finding a couple of short comings, but for the most part being able to accomplish my needs. Always more than one way to skin a cat, so to speak.

 

I had been using a Time Commander (x10 only) which had a stronger programming capability but the 99i is catching up. I'm pleased with the purchase, just working through the learning curve.

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Right now you can set up several years in advance.

 

If
       Time is 12:00:00AM on 2010/01/01
    Or Time is 12:00:00AM on 2011/01/01
    Or Time is 12:00:00AM on 2012/01/01
    Or Time is 12:00:00AM on 2013/01/01
    Or Time is 12:00:00AM on 2014/01/01
    Or Time is 12:00:00AM on 2015/01/01

Then
       Run Program 'Flash Lights' (Then Path)

Else
  - No Actions - (To add one, press 'Action')


 

Rand

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