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@@ -80,36 +80,9 @@ If you're not already a Pluckeye user, you may want to take a look at
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pluck + when 0-6&21-24 block everything
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-** How do I schedule access? What format do so-called "sometimes" settings take?
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+** How do I schedule allowing or blocking of a website?
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- To allow youtube.com from 8am to 9am:
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- #+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when 8-9 allow youtube.com
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- #+END_SRC
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- The same thing, but only for Mondays:
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- #+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when M8-9 allow youtube.com
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- #+END_SRC
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- Enable NHB except on Sunday from 11:30 to 12:00
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- #+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when U0-1130&12-24.MTWRFA0-24 nhb
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- #+END_SRC
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- The schedule format used by scheduled rules is not well documented,
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- but perhaps the following legend will enlighten.
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- - MTWRFAU :: sUn, Mon, Tue, Wed, thuR, Fri, sAt, sUn
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- If you'd like a calendar-like interface to create an hrs-3 string
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- for you, visit [[https://u.pluckeye.net/hrs3]] . Then point, click,
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- and drag your desired schedule, and a properly-formatted schedule
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- string should show at the top of the page. The page supports daily
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- or weekly schedules.
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+ See [[how-to-filter-by-time]].
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** How do I block or allow part of a website, but not all of it?
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how-to-filter-by-time.org
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Pluckeye:
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#+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when 14-16 allow facebook.com
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+ pluck + when "14-16" allow facebook.com
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Or, more stringently:
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#+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when 0-14&16-24 block facebook.com
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+ pluck + when "0-14&16-24" block facebook.com
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#+END_SRC
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Or, for only on weekdays:
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#+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- pluck + when MTWRF0-14&16-24 block facebook.com
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+ pluck + when "MTWRF0-14&16-24" block facebook.com
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#+END_SRC
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-See [[https://u.pluckeye.net/hrs3]] for more details on the supported
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-syntax for schedules in Pluckeye.
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+The schedule format used by scheduled rules is not well documented,
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+but perhaps the following legend will enlighten.
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+- UMTWRFA :: sUn, Mon, Tue, Wed, thuR, Fri, sAt
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+See [[https://u.pluckeye.net/hrs3]] for a point and click interface for
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+creating schedules for Pluckeye.