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  • Presentation: Specify which presentation you want to use in this schedule block.
  • Active all day, every day: Check this box if you want the presentation to play at all times (i.e. without day parting).
  • Event time: Specify a timeframe during the day when you want the presentation to play:
    • Start: Use the dropdown list to select a time when the presentation should begin
    • End: Use the dropdown list to select a time when the presentation should end.
  • Recurring Event: Check this box to have the presentation recur during specified days. If you don't check this box, the Event time will only apply to the single day selected in the schedule.
    • Recurring pattern: Specify the frequency of the recurrence.
      • Daily: Specify Every day, Every weekday, or Every weekend for playback.
      • Weekly: Check the boxes corresponding to the individual days of the week when you want the presentation to play.
    • Range of recurrence: Use this option to limit the recurrence of the scheduled presentation.
      • Start: Specify the start date of the scheduled recurrence. This date defaults to the currently selected date in the schedule.
      • End: Select No end to have the presentation recur indefinitely, or select End by and specify the end date of the scheduled recurrence.

Schedule

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Interrupts

You can create a day-parted schedule by scheduling presentations in separate time slots of a single day (or a set of recurring days). Later on, you may need to schedule a new presentation in an occupied time slot. This is where schedule interrupts are useful.

If you would like to interrupt a scheduled presentation with another presentation, drag and drop the new presentation into an occupied time slot (or you can also schedule an overlap in the the Schedule Presentation Presentation window), a . A Schedule Conflict window  window will appear, providing the following options:

  • Keep existing events, cancel new event: Cancels the new schedule presentation action.
  • Keep existing events, adjust new event: Opens the the Schedule Presentation window window, allowing you to schedule the new presentation in an empty time slot. If you schedule the presentation in an occupied time slot, the the Schedule Conflict window  window will appear again.
  • Remove existing events, use new event: Completely removes the presentation currently occupying the time slot.

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  • Interrupt existing events with new event: Schedules an interrupt in the presentation currently occupying the time slot. The date field will be split into two columns: The left column shows the primary scheduled presentation in blue; the right column shows the interrupting presentation in green. Primary scheduled presentations can be interrupted with multiple presentations, but interrupting presentations cannot overlap with each other.

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Debugging

Under Debugging, you may optionally enable the following:

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