17255Re: [Clip] Timer Clip
- Jan 7, 2008Hi
I assume you the remind me.clb, it runs a timer in the background and unless
your machine is a bit sad it should make very little difference. I would
change the clb to suit ,this is the top line of the .clb
"This library shows how you can use the timer Clip event to create a
scheduler. The timer event executes the "Remind Me" Clip every 30 seconds.
The script in that Clip then checks the system clock, and if one of the
tested time ranges is matched, it jumps to the specified label and displays
an appropriate message. Feel free to customize this Clip with your own
Note that the timer event stops as soon as you close the library, but not
when you hide the Clipbook window or when you switch to other libraries. Use
the "Stop reminding" Clip to disable the timer event, and the "Start again"
Clip if you want it to resume."
have a look at this is from clip script help under events
Defines an event timer. nnnn represents the interval in milliseconds. For
example, "^!TimerStart 5000" will execute the assigned Clip (set with
"^!TimerPlay") every 5 seconds. Note that the Clip is not executed if the
Clipbook is already in the process of executing another Clip.
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "essex1" <rpknet@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 6:39 AM
Subject: [Clip] Timer Clip
> I'd like to use a Timer Clip to remind me of birthdays, appointments,
> and meetings. The Clip that comes with NoteTab doesn't explain how to
> make it work. I really need your help here.
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