This plugin is phenomenal. So simple, yet it adds SO much to construct. You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
New to Construct2 so I am probaly doing somthing really obviouly wrong here
Also just trying to work with it:
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"now" instance Var
I get nothing when I click button.
Anybody let me know what I'm doing wrong or not understanding.
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Test capx, it works fine.
I realize that it is possible to convert to milliseconds and then back to do the date calculations and to assign variables for the month names [and I'm doing this now :) ], but it would be easier on the user if these were already baked in.
And Thank You for this Great plugin, should be added to core functions!
Noted. Thank you anyway for the useful plugin.
I am pretty new to Construct2, would this plugin be able to be used for an in game to-do list? If so, where would be the best place to start?
Thanks for any help, I love your multitude of plugins!
I meant with an alarm function that would go off when the to-do list item is scheduled...sorry for the double post...
There is seem to have a bug with the plugin. The unix timestamp I have is this 1376419130, which on online conversion 08/13/2013 6:38pm GMT, which is good but with the plugin, it gives me the year 1970, january 16th???
Rex Rainbow, any idea?
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rexrainbow, thank you for making this plugin, very useful!
Love this plugin, except... is it supposed to be off by one day?
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zeropad(Date.Day(Date.UnixTimestamp), 2)&"."&zeropad(Date.Month(Date.UnixTimestamp), 2)&"."&Date.Year(Date.UnixTimestamp)
rexrainbow how to show hours like 23 as 11??
Great plugin, this is exactly what I was missing in C2.
However I have same problem as McKack, except Im 5 days off, rest of the time (year, hours, etc.) is fine. Any suggestions?
mikva and McKack
Date.Day will give you the "day of week" (0 for Sunday, 1 for Monday, up to 6 for Saturday)
You want to use Date.Date to get the current day of the month (1 to 31).
Thanks for the awesome plugin rexrainbow!