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Viewing the Schedule
The schedule shows which Formats run at which times throughout the week. RoboDJ is a week-based system because retail businesses are usually week-based. For example, a restaurant may have the following schedule:
In the example shown below, the current time is Tuesday, 6:20pm. The schedule is divided into half-hour segments (this can be changed to 15 minute or hour segments on the Setup tab). The yellow blocks show the time segment, the day, and the intersection at the current Format, which is the default "> All Hit Music" format.
Setting By Button
To set a broad schedule, it's easy to do this:
Setting by Combo-Box
To set a narrower schedule it may be easier to use the combo-box drop-down, as shown in the Monday, 9:30pm example.
No Ending Times
When you set a Schedule, you only set the beginning time. RoboDJ will continue running the Format on until the Schedule shows another Format. The default format runs beginning at midnight unless another format has been set. The "> All Hit Music" Format is set as the default Format automatically when RoboDJ is installed. To use another Format as the default, click the Set Default Format drop-down to select a Format.
When the Format changes (at the top of the minute on the day and time chosen), RoboDJ automatically clears the current playlist and immediately adds songs from the new format. The current song is never interrupted, of course. A notation is made in the system log to show that the Format has been changed.
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