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Programmable Sleep Clock v3.31
« on: 2005 July 26, 17:45:53 »
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Updated with improved vampire support. Bed Nazi will no longer duel if two clocks are in a room.


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FWS "Somniac" Programmable Sleep Clock v3.31 for TS2 1.0p1 - TS2PETS
Made by: Flying Fish Systems (J. M. Pescado & Doctor Boris)

Congratulations to: Draklixa!

INSTALLATION:
Place in your MYDOCU~1\EAGAME~1\THESIM~1\DOWNLO~1 directory.

FEATURES:
I. SET WAKE HOUR
   Sets the hour you want the setting sim to wake up. That sim will then wake
   up at that time if his energy bar is full, instead of at the utterly
   ridiculous, thoroughly boring, and very premature hour of 0600. Unless, of
   course, you specify an even more boring hour. Sim will not awaken even if
   his energy bar is full/you queue stuff until the appointed time, unless
   his energy bar is full 6 hours in advance of the time (as standard). Only
   affects the targetted Sim if he sleeps in the room with the clock in it. Can
   store settings for two sims at a time. Only affects residents.

II. UNASSIGN
   Clears the assignment for a Sim so you can set a new setting for another
   Sim. Clock only holds settings for two Sims at a time, so if one Sim moves
   out or dies and you want to program for a new Sim, clear the absent Sim.

III. AUTO BED CALL
   Clock will automatically compute the hour at which your Sim should go to go
   to sleep based on your desired waking hour, the class of bed you have set,
   and the energy level of your Sim. The order to go to sleep on a bed in the
   same room as the clock will be automatically pushed at that time. Setting
   this to "Max" will result in the instruction overriding currently queued
   user orders.

IV. SET BED CLASS
   Sets the class of bed you are associating with the clock. Classes are
   as follows:
   E8-40: 40 NRG/hr: vampire Coffin! Even for non-vampires!
   E8-38: 38 NRG/hr: Includes: Medieval(dbl/UNI), Lux(dbl/GLS)
   E7-37: 37 NRG/hr: Includes Sleepwave 42(dbl/PETS)
   E6-36: 36 NRG/hr: Default: Includes Colonial Ironwood(dbl) and Soma(dbl)
   E6-35: 35 NRG/hr: Includes Funkensnooze(dbl) and Ajoque Beds(sing)
   E6-33: 33 NRG/hr: Includes Medieval(sing)
   E4-31: 31 NRG/hr: Includes Slimboy(sing) and Touch of Teak (dbl)
   E4-29: 29 NRG/hr: Includes Zenu Meditation (dbl)
   E3-28: 28 NRG/hr: Includes Courtly Sleeper(dbl) and Caress of Teak(sing)
   E3-27: 27 NRG/hr: Includes Protozoa(dbl)
   E3-26: 26 NRG/hr: Includes Protozoa(sing)
   E2-25: 25 NRG/hr: Includes Craftmeister(sing) and Cheapeaze(dbl)

   Selecting an incorrect bed type will result in the incorrect calculations.
   For best results, only one bed should be located in the vicinity of the
   the clock: The bed chosen will always be the bed closest to the Sim after
   arriving at the clock.

V. BEDTIME WARNING
   Sends a notification dialog of impending calculated time if turned on.

VI. BED NAZI
   Enables or disabled the Bed Nazi (NO BED FOR YOU!) for keeping other sims,
   especially visitors, dormies, autonomous sims, etc., from messing with the
   bed, causing the owner to find the bed is occupied by some moron.


COMPATIBILITY:
This hack is fully compatible with all Flying Fish Hacks.
Tested for TS2NL v1.0p1 - TS2PETS.

SIDE EFFECTS:
May cause computer damage, incontinence, explosion of user's head, coma, death,
and/or halitosis.

CHANGELOG
v3.3: Improved coffin/vampire/coffin-for-non-vampire support.
v3.1: Bed Nazi duelling clocks resolved.
v3.0: Implemented Vampire Support.
v2.1: Stole Grand Trianon support code from Inge.
v2.0: New symbologies! New shiny transparent bed assignment routines! Shiny!
« Last Edit: 2006 October 22, 03:56:37 by J. M. Pescado » Logged

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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #1 on: 2005 July 27, 22:18:19 »
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I couldn't get this to set the class for the Colonial Ironwood (E6-36).  The option just wasn't there.
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #2 on: 2005 July 27, 22:20:46 »
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The clock ships configured for E6-36 by default as a relic from TS2 (because why would you use anything else)?

I haven't yet changed the setting to default to E8-38 yet, so it still comes on E6-36 by default. Thus, if you're still using the old Colonial Ironwoods or Somas, it's already preset for them.
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #3 on: 2005 July 27, 22:33:00 »
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Excellent.  I usually use the most expensive beds.  Sometimes mid-range.  This has really been helpful not having everyone get up at the same time.  I mean really does a Mad Scientist need to get up at 6??
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #4 on: 2005 July 27, 22:35:01 »
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No, not really. In fact, since it'll generally take about 5-6 hours for recharge, Mad Scientists probably should have their wake hours set for about 7 or 8, given that they return home at 0200. Now you can use nice beds without them waking up at ridiculous times.

As a side benefit, it works rather well at resolving the entire elder matter also. Also as a side note, unless your sims are really bored or trying to avoid ASP bleed, sleep is for wusses. Macro Caffeination recharges faster than sleep in any bed. Tongue
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #5 on: 2005 July 27, 23:23:41 »
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I'll risk halitosis for this one. Thanks so much!
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« Reply #6 on: 2005 July 29, 09:34:21 »
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I LOVE IT!  Keeps your working sims on a regular sleep schedule and the school kids too.  Let 'em drink all the fricken expresso they want now! Cheesy
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #7 on: 2005 July 29, 21:28:01 »
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ASP maintenance is basically the only thing I use beds for, unless I'm playing in "Classic" Mode. (Waffling around, doing whatever seems most interesting.) In "Power" mode, boredom just doesn't happen. That reminds me. I've got to work on that "Pescado Land" neighborhood. All the sims live in uber-functional only compounds that utilize APOs for maximum efficiency.
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« Reply #8 on: 2005 July 29, 21:34:49 »
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ASP maintenance is basically the only thing I use beds for, unless I'm playing in "Classic" Mode. (Waffling around, doing whatever seems most interesting.) In "Power" mode, boredom just doesn't happen. That reminds me. I've got to work on that "Pescado Land" neighborhood. All the sims live in uber-functional only compounds that utilize APOs for maximum efficiency.

Are you using the bunkers that Reg made? Aside from that silly upside down view you have to use on anything 'basement' they are really quite playable. :D

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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v2.1
« Reply #9 on: 2005 July 29, 21:38:35 »
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I've got to work on that "Pescado Land" neighborhood. All the sims live in uber-functional only compounds that utilize APOs for maximum efficiency.
I've actually managed to cram my fairly ritualistic structures into rather "non-compound" looking houses, mostly because intruders in TS2 never enter through windows and walls don't have structural integrity points. If they did, my buildings would all go back to looking like fortresses in an instant. The internal structure is already pretty fortress-like and designed to maximize the effectiveness of locking doors and APO. Tongue I'd have go back to painting everything gray instead of some random color based on the color of the furniture I put there. So right now, I have things like "the blue room", "the red room", and I pretty much select a random color based on the color of the items I put there.
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #10 on: 2006 January 05, 20:45:36 »
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I have an issue on one lot.  I get the bed clock icon and in all caps NO BED FOR YOU!  The sims then goes and walks to the front of the house and stops.  This sim has a bed assigned to him.  He is in a house in the college town and the room has 2 myne doors with his and his girlfriend assigned to them.
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #11 on: 2006 January 05, 21:07:42 »
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No bed for you!  is a feature of the Bed Nazi, which is new and is supposed to prevent Sims from wandering in the wrong bedroom to sleep.  If they do, they are supposed to end up by the mailbox, so I guess that's right.  However, I did think it was only supposed to be for dormies, although I may be wrong.

What about maybe trying to unclaim his door, and then re-claiming it?  Pescado is away right now, so this is all I can suggest to try in the meantime, as he's not given a lot of information about the Bed Nazi.  Undecided
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #12 on: 2006 January 05, 22:47:48 »
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I have an issue on one lot.  I get the bed clock icon and in all caps NO BED FOR YOU!  The sims then goes and walks to the front of the house and stops.  This sim has a bed assigned to him.  He is in a house in the college town and the room has 2 myne doors with his and his girlfriend assigned to them.

I've had this issue too, since the updated version.  It happens in a normal, non-Uni lot, with single beds in the same room.  If I have two single beds in the same room, both with sleep clocks programed to the appropriate person, they both get kicked out of bed every time I've tried to send them to bed.  I've only tried on the one lot so far, and it's highly annoying.  I would like my sim kids to be able to share a bedroom, but the sleep clock won't let them.  It seems to do this, even if the clocks aren't programed, as well, I believe.  At first I thought it was because they were too close together, but I moved them so they were four or five squares away from each other and it still kicked them out.  This doesn't happen with double beds, only single beds.  And only if there is more than one clock in the room does this happen. Undecided
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #13 on: 2006 January 06, 02:36:17 »
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Each sleep clock can handle two beds, so maybe they're interfering with each other.  Maybe you should get rid of your extra clocks?
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« Reply #14 on: 2006 January 06, 03:18:39 »
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Okie, I'll try that, thanks Lita. Smiley

Edit~  That seems to have worked, for the most part.  I apparently can't have more than two single beds in the same room, or rather, two sleep clocks in the same room (unless it is a double bed).  This isn't a huge deal, but is a minor annoyance.  It can be worked around, but I'd still like to be able to put more than two kids in the same large bedroom. Undecided
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #15 on: 2006 January 06, 17:51:34 »
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It's not supposed to interfere with playable sims operating non-autonomously at all, but I'll take a look at it when I get back.

Having two clocks in a room would create a potential interference pattern, though: The clocks will repel anyone who is not best friend/crush/married/engaged/steady of at least one of the people logged in the clock. It shouldn't be repelling residents unless they're operating at autonomous priority, though, instead of user-directed.
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« Reply #16 on: 2006 January 06, 18:12:30 »
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So WTF are you posting from now?  Huh
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« Reply #17 on: 2006 January 06, 18:21:36 »
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Heehee, maybe my kids just don't want their icky brother to share a room with them. Cheesy

I'll try making all the kids best friends and see what happens then.  Thanks.
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« Reply #18 on: 2006 January 06, 18:45:08 »
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So WTF are you posting from now?  Huh
Satelnet proxies.
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« Reply #19 on: 2006 January 06, 19:08:43 »
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You're not finding the noise of battle a distraction?
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« Reply #20 on: 2006 January 07, 10:18:12 »
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You're not finding the noise of battle a distraction?
I'm not posting from the middle of a battle, genius. I'm posting between battles.
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« Reply #21 on: 2006 January 08, 23:20:22 »
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I thought you were retired, JM. A true warrior never retires, or did they make you an offer you couldn't refuse?
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Re: Programmable Sleep Clock v3.0
« Reply #22 on: 2006 January 10, 05:31:49 »
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do i have to replace all of the clocks I already have with this update?
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« Reply #23 on: 2006 January 10, 05:33:03 »
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No, you shouldn't have to.
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« Reply #24 on: 2006 January 10, 05:40:49 »
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ok, thanks
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