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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2005 5:35 am 
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Randy,

Yes, that script was intended for use on the Menu system, not the script scheduler. If you want to set it up for that, you will have to prefix it with the Analyze command.

I see an error with your TT script that may be causing your problems. I'll post a fix for it sometime tomorrow. Also, some of the colors you've selected don't flow smoothly as a gradient, unless that wasn't your intention to begin with.

hth,
Bob


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2005 6:35 am 
Bob:

Just so I understand then, I need to use the analyze command several times, and re-write the script?!?! How would I write this out? Yeah, I'm am no good selecting colors. Any suggestions?

I guess I was looking for somewhat of a gradient, but..................

Thanks,

Randy


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2005 9:40 pm 
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Randy,

Try this for Total-Totals...

Code:
ANALYZE,SSUM=5:6 STOR=6 SDIF=3:4 STOR=5 SDIF=1:2 STOR=4 TEMP H500 STOR=3 DWPT H850 STOR=2 TEMP H500 STOR=1 TEMP H850

ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=245:255:000 GRTN=48 OVER FILL COLOR=208:255:000 GRTN=46 OVER FILL COLOR=165:231:000 GRTN=44 OVER FILL COLOR=069:208:000 GRTN=42 OVER FILL COLOR=023:185:000 GRTN=40
ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=255:100:000 GRTN=58 OVER FILL COLOR=255:130:000 GRTN=56 OVER FILL COLOR=255:160:000 GRTN=54 OVER FILL COLOR=255:190:000 GRTN=52 OVER FILL COLOR=255:225:000 GRTN=50

ANALYZE,HILO CONT CINT=5 GRTN=55 COLOR=200:050:000 CONT CINT=3 GRTN=53 COLOR=125:125:000 CONT CINT=3 GRTN=48 COLOR=000:150:000 DOTS


Note that you only need 1 Analyze command per line. Try to write out as much of a script on a single line as possible, it will speed things up a bit. Also, bear in mind that the character limit for a line of script is 255...I think.

gotta run,
Bob


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