Sunrise/Sunset Offset

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    jackaroos

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    Hi
    I have a large system where schedule plus is the interface updating 40 PAC's with the scheduling as changed in Schedule Plus.

    All this is working well. eg changing times, day of week, schedule types (fixed/sunrise/sunset)...

    But, there does not seem to be a system IO to change the sunrise or sunset offset, ie the + - next to schedule time on the Time tab in the schedule.

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    Does it exist? It does not say so in the help, but pretty much everything else is there, so this should be too...??

    Thanks! :)
     
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    According to the help file when you select sunset/sunrise as the schedule type the "Schedule Time" becomes the offset.
     
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    Hi Ashley.
    That is correct, the schedule time becomes the offset. Sorry I was not clear enough in my description!

    To clarify, I need to set whether the offset is before or after sunset, the equivalent of the + or - in the Time tab. The offset direction.

    Thanks :)
     
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    The time is stored as an integer number of seconds. I assume it can be -ve :)
     
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    Thanks! Don't know why I didn't think of that! Will give it a go :)
     
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