This Siri Shortcut Can Modify your Projects | ๐“๐”€๐“ฎ๐“ผ๐“ธ๐“ถ๐“ฎ_๐“”

Did you update the shortcut on first run (does it let you update?)? You need to run it on shortcut version 1.5.

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Yeah I updated immediately.

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It didnโ€™t show me the update thing in safari, but I might not have had wifi on. Iโ€™ll do that.

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Cool! (You can also see the help guide to check what versions have certain features)

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I have a Unix time stamp code in the game, and Iโ€™m gonna see i can Make it change the background at different times or something.

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Cool! Be sure to tag me on the General Project Updates topic when you finish!

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Eventually the game will feature winter Halloween, and Easter versions! I will

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Is there any way to tell the computer if itโ€™s night or day?

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Nope, but you can ask a user for their timezone and interpret that.

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But like a general time for night, like everyday at 7est it gets darker, and then at 7est am it gets light again thatโ€™s a mechanic I would like to imp,event in the game

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You can calculate the UTC/GMT time and use that, but there is no way to detect user timezone without manual input.

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I mean is there anyway to tell the computer to do something everyday at a certain time

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With UTC time, yes.

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Cool! Have u ever done it before?

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I seem to remember a game that changed everyday

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Iโ€™ve done it but the project broke.

Minigames 2 but everyday at midnight UTC time the game changes

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Nice, is there a simple reason why this works

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Yeah, it waits until the day calculates.

Each day that has passed adds 1 to the counter and resets at 8.

Day 1 = game 1 = robots
Day 2 = game 2 = fruit ninja
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Day 8 = game 8 = flappy bird
Day 9 = game 1 = robots

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Thx Iโ€™ll be sure to credit u

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Wish I could figure out how to use this

Never quite got it to work haha

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