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Does iSchedule Contain iTimeManeger By itself?

Hy Guys,

I whant to know if i!Schedule contain i!Timemaneger by itself or not.

Just because i!TimeManeger jut give me the feedback of the sunrise and the sunset and i!Schedule give that information to.
So should I include i!TimeManeger to?

Thanks a lot as usual

Bye Kman88

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  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 4000+ posts Posts: 4,177
    Darkman88 wrote: »
    Hy Guys,

    I whant to know if i!Schedule contain i!Timemaneger by itself or not.

    Just because i!TimeManeger jut give me the feedback of the sunrise and the sunset and i!Schedule give that information to.
    So should I include i!TimeManeger to?

    Thanks a lot as usual

    Bye Kman88

    You don't need those things to get sunrise/sunset hours. they are keywords available in Netlinx Studio. check out the helpfile.
  • TurnipTruckTurnipTruck Junior Member Posts: 1,485
    Darkman88 wrote: »
    Hy Guys,

    I whant to know if i!Schedule contain i!Timemaneger by itself or not.

    Just because i!TimeManeger jut give me the feedback of the sunrise and the sunset and i!Schedule give that information to.
    So should I include i!TimeManeger to?

    Thanks a lot as usual

    Bye Kman88

    iTimeManager IS part of iSchedule
  • ColzieColzie Senior Member Posts: 470
    ericmedley wrote: »
    You don't need those things to get sunrise/sunset hours. they are keywords available in Netlinx Studio. check out the helpfile.

    Only 8:30 and I've already learned something new!
  • Darkman88Darkman88 Registered User Posts: 45
    ericmedley wrote: »
    You don't need those things to get sunrise/sunset hours. they are keywords available in Netlinx Studio. check out the helpfile.

    I know that in fact I use iSchedule just for scheduling some events that occur.
  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 4000+ posts Posts: 4,177
    Darkman88 wrote: »
    I know that in fact I use iSchedule just for scheduling some events that occur.

    okay...

    That's something I'd just do in code myself. But, if that works for you then go for it.
  • DHawthorneDHawthorne Junior Member Posts: 4,584
    ericmedley wrote: »
    okay...

    That's something I'd just do in code myself. But, if that works for you then go for it.

    I used to include i!-Schedule as a matter of course, but found that it was way overkill for the simple timing needs my projects have. So now I just use TimeManager and do my own scheduling routines. I think i!-Schedule is best suited for a flexible schedule that gives the end-user the ability to adjust events. It's too bloated just for a regular "turn this thing here on at 3 PM."
  • sonnysonny Junior Member Posts: 208
    ericmedley wrote: »
    You don't need those things to get sunrise/sunset hours. they are keywords available in Netlinx Studio. check out the helpfile.

    I find these related to the ASTRO_CLOCK routine, but not as keywords. Am I missing something?
  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 4000+ posts Posts: 4,177
    sonny wrote: »
    I find these related to the ASTRO_CLOCK routine, but not as keywords. Am I missing something?

    Yup, that's it.

    To make it easy just use Google Earth to get the exact lat and long you want for your location and convert it from Degrees/Minutes/Seconds to Degrees-decimal and you'll have what you need.
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