November 14, 2016 at 2:03 pm #44582
1. I would have expected to be able to set Even or Odd days with an interval that allows EVERY Even day (or every Odd day). However, I am forced to choose 2 days as the minimum interval, and then there is a warning that this may not work with even/odd days.
In fact, with Odd days starting tomorrow, it works, but only until 12/29 for some reason… 12/31 and beyond show no watering in the Program Preview.
2. IMHO even/odd should automatically work correctly with an interval of 2.
Or, allow an interval of 1 and make it work.
As it is, it’s confusing and not workable.
ThanksNovember 19, 2016 at 8:52 pm #44642
An interval of 1 day is equivalent to select a weekday type and check all days from Monday to Sunday.November 19, 2016 at 9:53 pm #44645
I’d like to have my drip lines run on Odd days, and my sprinklers on Even days.
I can get it working, but the preview only shows it working until the end of the year. (maybe that’s just an issue with preview, I can’t tell)
BarryNovember 20, 2016 at 11:32 am #44669
Ah, ok. I see. So this is most likely a bug in the preview. Will check it shortly. Thanks for reporting.May 31, 2017 at 11:40 pm #46490
Did you make a fix for this?
Today, I noticed that several of my sprinkler programs are not going to run at all next month (June).
I can only guess that it’s confused because today (the 31st) is odd, as is tomorrow.
I have one set to:
Use Weather Adj
Starting in 1 day
Even Days Only
And the other is set similarly, but to odd days only. (This is because they both cover some overlapping areas, but one is sprinklers and one is drip lines for the citrus trees and pots).
It’s been working for the last couple months, but I did have to reset it not long ago, and it looks like I’m going to have to again.
Let me know if you want logs or a backup, or have a test build.
BarryMay 31, 2017 at 11:51 pm #46491
I’m not sure this is just a preview issue. Maybe.June 13, 2017 at 1:40 am #46708
Because 4 is a number divisible by 2, you can get into a situation where it may skip all days in a month. For that reason, generally the ‘x’ in every ‘x’ day should be an odd number. For example, let’s say today is an even day, and I set the program to run from today and every 4 days from today, but on odd days only. The program is not going to run at all, because today and every 4 days from today are all even days.
You can change this by modifying the ‘starting in’ days. For example, in the above situation, if I set the program to run from tomorrow (starting in 1 day) and every 4 days from then on, then it will be able to run.
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