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#1 nikojpapa

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:17 AM

I cant get the alarm clocks to work! can someone please help me?
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#2 gmXpert2000

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:31 AM

Alarms are in terms of steps, or frames. They are generally 1/30 of a second, so if you set an alarm to 30, it will take one second to "go off". When it does go off, what it does is defined in the alarm events, such as alarm0 event, alarm1 event, etc. Alarm events are created just like create events and step events are (New event -> alarm#).
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#3 DFortun81

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:41 AM

To set an alarm, do this:
alarm[<number>] = <time>;
Replace <number> with the index of the alarm you want to set.
Replace <time> with the time you want it to take for it to execute.

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#4 Coffee

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:50 AM

To set an alarm, do this:

alarm[<number>] = <time>;
Replace <number> with the index of the alarm you want to set.
Replace <time> with the time you want it to take for it to execute.

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Then, make another Event, under Alarm, and select the alarm you set, which would be the alarm[<number?], and in that event define what you want to happen when the alarm goes off.

Just in case you didn't know that either. :medieval:
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#5 DFortun81

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:55 AM

Then, make another Event, under Alarm, and select the alarm you set, which would be the alarm[<number?], and in that event define what you want to happen when the alarm goes off.

Just in case you didn't know that either. :medieval:

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I didn't include that in my post because gmXpert2000 already mentioned it.

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