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Default Option to choose different state in Timetable

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I want to have different state for the non-operation hour. This could be done in the custom time table. But I have problem to get the start time right.

If we could follow the older version, the information in the graphic editor could be transferred to the table which helps a lot in the calculation.

Or is it possible for us to set the different state in the graphical method too?

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At the bottom of the graphical editor, there is a combo box that lets you select the Down State.

If you want to specify times using the graphical editor and then have different states for each down time, press Apply after entering the graphical information and then switch to Repeat Custom. That will work the same way as the previous version to apply the graphical information to the custom table and then you can edit the table directly.
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I don't think so. In the current setting, the custom table does not match to the model starting time. And I could not set the model start time as previous time table.

Please check. Thanks
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