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Time
Refrence it.

I looked though the posts on here, and didn't find anything.  Sorry if this has been adressed before.  I was wondering if there was a way to reference the time of day in a script.  So as to customize messages, such as goodbyes etc.  Like instead of just saying 'See ya later', It could be 'Have a good night..."  or 'Good morning'.

Presently this is not supported.

However if your writing a script that requires it, I'de be happy to add it.

Would something that gave you the present hour in 24 hour format do? Or would you prefer some constant strings ("dawn", "morning", "noon", "afternoon", "evening", "night")?

-Kevlar

PS. Great question BTW. Keep em comming.

I think it would come in really handy if it was 24 hour format.  That would allow for so much more to be done, then if it was Morning, Noon, etc.

You now can now:

time_hour "current_hour"
if greaterthan %current_hour 20 or lessthan %current_hour 5
 // Do night here
elseif greaterthan %current_hour 4 or lessthan %current_hour 11
 //Do morning here
elseif greaterthan %current_hour 10 or lessthan %current_hour 16
 //Do afternoon here
else
 //Do evening here, because there's nothing else it could be.
endif

You can also use time_minute, and time_second for minute and second values.

Will this do?

-Kevlar

Thats awesome.

Hmm.. I tried compiling a script that uses the above code, and it gets errors.  I tried compiling that exact script above and I get the same errors.

----
time_hour "current_hour"
if greaterthan %current_hour 20 or lessthan %current_hour 5
// Do night here
elseif greaterthan %current_hour 4 or lessthan %current_hour 11
//Do morning here
elseif greaterthan %current_hour 10 or lessthan %current_hour 16
//Do afternoon here
else
//Do evening here, because there's nothing else it could be.
endif
----
Error while running 'a', on line 2:
Error while calling 'if' with '21, 20, 21 and 5'
Error while calling 'greaterthan' with '21 and 20': Type mismatch
----

Am I missing something?
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No, I don't think you are. Looks right to me.

I'll check it this evening. 24 is on at 9DST, and I'll be sittin in front of a computer then, so expect a fix tonight.

-Kevlar

Sorry bout that.

It's fixed now.

-Kevlar

P.S. In case your curious: The problem was that I had split apart a string in order to get the number, and had forgot to convert it back to an integer. When it went to do the 'greaterthan' or 'lessthan', it knew it couldn't compare a string to an integer, so it blew up.