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Mackenzie

CRaidController Setup No Raid

Closed 3.0.0

Hey TF Crazy,

Thanks for the awesome update. Got a couple of setup questions, to get it how i want. 

How does the message here work, is it the message sent before the Raid Time starts?

Does every X mins means it will update in chat ever X mins or it will send the message X mins before the raid time.

    "• Message config": {
      "» Prefix": "<color=#aabf7d>• SERVER</color> <size=18>»</size> <color=#ebd077>Raid Controller</color> : ",
      "» Icon": 0
    },
    "• Message before the raid time": {
      "» Enabled": true,
      "» Effect": true,
      "» Every x min": 30

 

I was kind of hoping to use the plugin in reverse. So the No Raid time would show, along with the red bar reducing. 

So when raiding is allowed. I'd hide the UI and when raiding isnt allowed it would show the time and the bar reducing. Is that possible in the config?

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Since all players don't necessarily have the same raid schedule, the message is sent 30 minutes after the player's connection (or plugin load if already co). Each player will not have the same delay before the raid, this method seemed more judicious to me.

If you do in config Hide if is time: true you can get what you want. The only difference is that the red progress bar is currently static. But I'll do a shift tomorrow if you want and I have time.

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Makes sense thank you 🙂

Sorry, i guess i assumed and should have made my self clear in the other thread. We use it almost in reverse 😄 so hide it when raiding is allowed and when it's not we show a count down till it is allow...though on your plugin it would be the time of the no raid and the bar is just a nice added touch and not the count down of the old plugin we used.

Though if this is becoming to custom, i'm happy to talk a custom version separately.

Example screenshot attached. I'd edited the lang file to show Quiet Hours which is what we call it on the server, so ignore that bit.

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Hey TF, sorry mate. I might be being an idiot here :X

With the following setuip. When it ticks over to the new day it shows finished. It's only when i reload the plugin it shows the timer again

      },
      "• Thursday": {
        "» All day raid": false,
        "» No raid all day": false,
        "» Schedules": [
          {
            "» Start": "08:00",
            "» End": "00:00"
          }
        ]
      },
      "• Friday": {
        "» All day raid": false,
        "» No raid all day": false,
        "» Schedules": [
          {
            "» Start": "08:00",
            "» End": "00:00"
          }
        ]
      },

And it didn't send a message when the the raiding period ended or when it started.
 

    "• Message when raids are allowed": {
      "» Enabled": true,
      "» Effect": true
    },
    "• Message when raids are finished": {
      "» Enabled": true,
      "» Effect": true
    },
    "• Refresh rate": 1.0
  },

 

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Thanks TF. Maybe its due to crossing the day threshold? Tested locally but only by setting times a few mins apart. Our No Raid times are from midnight to 07:00 so when it hit midnight last night i was surprised to see Finished. Appreciate thats a bit of a bastard to test unless it's possible to manipulate the Rust Server time.

But if i can provide additional info please do ask. Happy to help with the troubleshooting.

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I did some tests.

Indeed by changing the date and time on the machine. This creates a failure.

So I corrected this bug. However, the fact of advancing in time manually create a failure in the booleans of the message timers. So it's quite normal that doesn't display.

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