{TS} timer from partial time ?

{TS} timer from partial time ?

Postby Angahran » Sun Apr 02, 2017 8:34 pm

"Anashti Sul, Damsel of Decay, shouts, 'High Bokon Boromas, hold back the invaders for 14 more minutes.'"

Is there any way to use the {TS} tag to set a timer for 14 minutes from this message ?
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Re: {TS} timer from partial time ?

Postby Sirene » Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:32 pm

What about this?

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The {TS} tag uses seconds, so "14 more minutes" = "{TS} more minutes" sets a 14 second timer.
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Re: {TS} timer from partial time ?

Postby Angahran » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:05 pm

Don't really want to create 24 separate triggers just to count down.
Was hoping for something like {hh:mm:ss:ms} to set timer so could do {00:TS:00:00} for 14 minutes, or even something fancy like {TS1:TS2:TS3:TS4}
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Re: {TS} timer from partial time ?

Postby Eyashusa » Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:28 pm

Actually looked again and you were looking for the High Bokon fight, this trigger is from Wither and Decay but same mechanic.

I use this trigger for the last 5 mins but you could modify it to work at any given time.

Trigger Name
Event Timer - At x intervals for last 5 minutes remaining

Search Text
(Anashti Sul, Damsel of Decay), shouts, 'Wither and Decay, hold back the invaders for {N<=5} more {s1}
The reason for the () is so that I can control the digest. Many people make triggers and use fast check, but the default digest is not always a good choice.
The () sets the digest to ", shouts" which means the time consuming trigger gets a full check way less often and uses a lot less CPU cycles.

Use Regular Expressions (Check) Use Fast Check (Check)

Display Text
Event Timer - Power up in {N} {s1}

Test to Say
power up in {N} {s1}



Timer Type
Timer (Count Down)

Timer Name
Power Up Timer

Timer Duration 5m (This is linked to the Search Text variable being {N<=5}, set it higher if you want but remember it will go off once per minute)

If timer is already running when triggered again
Do Nothing

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