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  1. Cloud22

    Accurate Restart Time Calculator

    As promised I'm releasing something i made a couple of weeks back that I found more effective then the "dll required" restart timers. Now, I won't be giving you a restart timer but I will show you how the code can be applied. Oh, and this requires extDB3 but can be modified for extDB2 I suppose or you might be able to use the original that comes with ExiLe. Override "ExileServer_system_database_connect.sqf" and find ExileServerStartTime = (parseSimpleArray ("extDB3" callExtension "9:LOCAL_TIME")) select 1; then after this line add publicVariable "ExileServerStartTime"; Save the file. Now go to where your restart timer is configured. Add this somewhere before where it checks the hour-startHour or whatever. _aOn = [0,3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24]; // Military Time startHour = ExileServerStartTime select 3; startMinute = ExileServerStartTime select 4; startSecond = ExileServerStartTime select 5; correcto = []; { if(startHour < _x and startHour != 24) then { correcto pushBack _x; }; } forEach _aOn; Now the correct amount of hours can be determined by ((correcto select 0) - startHour) and wala! You have a fully working exact restart timer. SO how the hell do you actually use this? Heres an ExAD example config that utilizes this. Config times here: Replace the old function with this: And heres someone elses statusbar utilizing this.