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Hi guys,

I would like you to help me with this:

 

Minutes = 10;
publicvariable "Minutes";
Minutesd = true;
publicvariable "Minutesd";

waitUntil {!isnil "Minutes"};
 
while {(Minutesd) && (Minutes > 0)} do {

		[{hintSilent parsetext format ["<br /><t align='center' color='#FF0000' size='1.3' font='TahomaB' >%1</t><br />",[((Minutes)/60)+.01,"HH:MM"] call BIS_fnc_timetostring];},"BIS_fnc_spawn",TRUE,FALSE] spawn BIS_fnc_MP;
		
      Minutes = Minutes - 1;
      publicvariable "Minutes";
      sleep 1;
 
};
Minutes = 0;
true;

waituntil {(Minutesd) && (Minutes == 0)};
// Script

"EVERYONEWON" call BIS_fnc_endMissionServer;

 

How could I do so that time counts by hour, minutes, seconds, since this counter only drops from minutes, if I add hours it gives me an error and it drops the time directly as if they were seconds.

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Could you explain a bit more about what you're trying to do?  I don't completely understand what exactly you're trying to do.

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2 hours ago, stanhope said:

Could you explain a bit more about what you're trying to do?  I don't completely understand what exactly you're trying to do.

I trying make timer to start count down in 2 hour, but I could not, in a script, it only appears in the minutes, but I would like the counter to appear with the remaining time in hours, minutes, seconds and not just minutes and seconds.

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1 hour ago, Mr H. said:

 

I have this function in the script but I can not do the calculation to make for example the time that I put fence reducing by seconds and not by minutes a counter relog. example, if I put two hours as a countdown, fence showing a count, when it reaches 00 seconds subtract one minute, when it reaches 00 minutes, subtract one hour, until the counter reaches zero to run the following script.

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from what I see in your script your minutes are actually seconds if I'm not mistaken. Also if it can help you I made this timer script a while ago, you'll have to modify it and remove the calls to other functions but maybe it will help you:
 

/* variable générées:
publicTimerOver ==> BOOL ==> true si le timer est over
*/


//if (checkrun) exitWith {};
checkrun = true;
//////pour que le script ne s'execute qu'une fois.

//récupération des params de la fonction
_publicTime = _this select 0;



//////////////////////
publicTimerOver = false;
while {publicTimerON && _publicTime>10} do {

_publicTime = _publicTime -1;
if (publicTimerPaused) exitWith {[_publicTime] call MRH_fnc_PausedTimerTime};
sleep 1;
_timestamp = _publicTime/3600;
_timedisplay = [_timestamp, "HH:MM:SS"] call BIS_fnc_timeToString;
["<t font = 'PuristaMedium'><t size = '1'>" + _timedisplay + "</t>",0.8,-0.05,1,0] spawn BIS_fnc_dynamicText; 
};
//10 dernieres secondes en rouge avec bip
while {publicTimerON && _publicTime<=10 && _publicTime>= 0} do {
_publicTime = _publicTime -1;
sleep 1;
_timestamp = _publicTime/3600;
_timedisplay = [_timestamp, "HH:MM:SS"] call BIS_fnc_timeToString;
["<t font = 'PuristaMedium'><t size = '1'><t color = '#FF0000'>" + _timedisplay + "</t>",-1,-1,1,0] spawn BIS_fnc_dynamicText;
playSound "biptimer";
};
checkrun = false;
if (_publicTime <= 0) exitWith {publicTimerOver = true; publicVariable "publicTimerOver";}; 

 

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9 hours ago, Mr H. said:

from what I see in your script your minutes are actually seconds if I'm not mistaken. Also if it can help you I made this timer script a while ago, you'll have to modify it and remove the calls to other functions but maybe it will help you:
 


/* variable générées:
publicTimerOver ==> BOOL ==> true si le timer est over
*/


//if (checkrun) exitWith {};
checkrun = true;
//////pour que le script ne s'execute qu'une fois.

//récupération des params de la fonction
_publicTime = _this select 0;



//////////////////////
publicTimerOver = false;
while {publicTimerON && _publicTime>10} do {

_publicTime = _publicTime -1;
if (publicTimerPaused) exitWith {[_publicTime] call MRH_fnc_PausedTimerTime};
sleep 1;
_timestamp = _publicTime/3600;
_timedisplay = [_timestamp, "HH:MM:SS"] call BIS_fnc_timeToString;
["<t font = 'PuristaMedium'><t size = '1'>" + _timedisplay + "</t>",0.8,-0.05,1,0] spawn BIS_fnc_dynamicText; 
};
//10 dernieres secondes en rouge avec bip
while {publicTimerON && _publicTime<=10 && _publicTime>= 0} do {
_publicTime = _publicTime -1;
sleep 1;
_timestamp = _publicTime/3600;
_timedisplay = [_timestamp, "HH:MM:SS"] call BIS_fnc_timeToString;
["<t font = 'PuristaMedium'><t size = '1'><t color = '#FF0000'>" + _timedisplay + "</t>",-1,-1,1,0] spawn BIS_fnc_dynamicText;
playSound "biptimer";
};
checkrun = false;
if (_publicTime <= 0) exitWith {publicTimerOver = true; publicVariable "publicTimerOver";}; 

 

 

what do I do here?

 

_publicTime = _this select 0;

 

I skipped an error of defined variable of the expression in _publicTime = _this select 0, I apologize that it does not know is that I am still learning and there are still things that I do not have very clear.

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that's your input time in seconds for 2 hours for example [7200] execVM "whateveryounamethe.sqf"

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On 31/8/2018 at 1:19 AM, Mr H. said:

that's your input time in seconds for 2 hours for example [7200] execVM "whateveryounamethe.sqf"

 

Hi @Mr H.

 

I'm sorry for the time without an answer. I was trying as you had indicated and here I expose the error that I get.

 

Arma3_Error%20Timer_zps29vkbqr6.png

Error in the defined variable of the expression: publictimeron

 

I put it as you had indicated. How could I solve that error?

 

thank you.

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Just now, stanhope said:

Define it.

 

Put publictimeron = true before the while loop.

 

jajaja thanks man,

 

I am analyzing the code well, I already managed to run it, now it is just to put the sound of the beep

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Yes, as I said when I posted you'll have to change it because I use it along with other stuff you might not need (functions to pause it etc.). Also this is an old code, I would not do it like this if I were to do it today but it still does the job. I have plans to rework it but I'm a bit lazy. ^^
Complete code can be found spread between here and here

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3 minutes ago, Mr H. said:

Yes, as I said when I posted you'll have to change it because I use it along with other stuff you might not need (functions to pause it etc.). Also this is an old code, I would not do it like this if I were to do it today but it still does the job. I have plans to rework it but I'm a bit lazy. ^^
Complete code can be found spread between here and here

 

Very much thanks @Mr H.

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