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beefdaddy

break handler help

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how does the break handler work  does run time mean for how long it waits until the break? 

what do the randomness options mean?

also is duration how long it breaks for? thanks

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2 hours ago, beefdaddy said:

how does the break handler work  does run time mean for how long it waits until the break? 

what do the randomness options mean?

also is duration how long it breaks for? thanks

Run time is the total runtime until the break. For example if you want a break after two hours, your runtime should be two hours. If you want your next break at four hours your next break's runtime should be at four hours.

Randomness essentially makes the breaks not perfect. For example, if your first break is at two hours with a randomness of 5 minutes your break will occur somewhere between the 1:55 mark and the 2:05 mark, as the randomness introduces a +/- to your break.

And yes, duration is the length of the break; randomness works the same for duration as runtime.

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18 hours ago, iFluffee said:

Run time is the total runtime until the break. For example if you want a break after two hours, your runtime should be two hours. If you want your next break at four hours your next break's runtime should be at four hours.

Randomness essentially makes the breaks not perfect. For example, if your first break is at two hours with a randomness of 5 minutes your break will occur somewhere between the 1:55 mark and the 2:05 mark, as the randomness introduces a +/- to your break.

And yes, duration is the length of the break; randomness works the same for duration as runtime.

Thank you! you gave me everything i needed to know :)

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