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Posted by: Daniel Posted on: May 17th, 2011 at 1:22pm
You may define automatic events to occur (for example: automatically shutdown your computer at specified time, every day or just workdays).



You need to enable  to allow specified events in list to be activated. Each event have their own Enabled indicator (a check box), but also you can disable entire Automatic Events process just using the Automatic events enabled option on:



· Main Menu / Tasks

· Right-click tray icon / Tasks

· Right-click automatic events list on Automatic tab (Main Window).



Right-click on Automatic Events list for:



· creates a new automatic event

· Edit: modify selected event on list

· Delete: remove selected events from list (there is no Undo procedure, you may want to Save your Settings first, this will allows you to Restore Settings if deleted).

· Preview: shows a Warning window sample (preview) for the selected event. The preview is just a demo of how the event warning is displayed when the event becomes active.

· check this option (click) to enable global event processing. Clear the check mark (click again) to disable Automatic Events processing.

· Reset event: If event was already processed, it'll remains on hold until next valid occurrence. Select this to reset this "on hold" status ( this may fires the event again if is, for example, a Counter or Beyond type event).

Please see program's help for more information.

Regards,
Posted by: ankush999 Posted on: May 15th, 2011 at 1:55am
hello I am a new user but I cannot create an automatic event which runs a program.  Of course I'm never asked which program.  How does one do this?

with regards
ankush Smiley
Posted by: Daniel Posted on: Sep 6th, 2006 at 2:41pm
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Where is the Automatic Events tab?  When I rght click on the Events window, I can add an event, but when I select Run Progtram, The OK button is greyed out.


Max, the OK button is not enabled because you need to fill more information (for example: range -when do you want to run the program- and program to run). Just fill each section to the left of that screen (Parameters, Interval, etc.).

Take care,

Daniel  Cheesy
Posted by: Maxwel Posted on: Sep 6th, 2006 at 1:56pm
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Hello Max,

You just need to fill all information required for your event. Go to Automatic Events tab, right-click and choose New. Then specify ranges, parameters and (of course) the program you want to run.

Best regards,

Daniel  Cheesy


Where is the Automatic Events tab?  When I rght click on the Events window, I can add an event, but when I select Run Progtram, The OK button is greyed out.
Posted by: Daniel Posted on: Sep 6th, 2006 at 1:50pm
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I cannot create an automatic event which runs a program.  Of course I'm never asked which program.  How does one do this?


Hello Max,

You just need to fill all information required for your event. Go to Automatic Events tab, right-click and choose New. Then specify ranges, parameters and (of course) the program you want to run.

Best regards,

Daniel  Cheesy
Posted by: Maxwel Posted on: Sep 6th, 2006 at 9:41am
I cannot create an automatic event which runs a program.  Of course I'm never asked which program.  How does one do this?