You're making this harder than it needs to be, how about you create an admin script and have it set a variable to 1 when it is Sunday or between 1900-2100? Then your formula will be SkillGroup.X.LoggedOn>0&&MyVariable
Thanks to both, I was wondering if I needed to make that one statement by putting () around the weekday and time check. I get what David is saying but there is some condition with almost every skill group selection (and I didn't write most of these scripts) so I'm just trying to keep it manageble right now.
Trust me on this, go the admin script route otherwise you will find yourself in a nightmare trying to go through each and every QtoSG nodes trying to figure out what is wrong. The admin script provides the easiest to follow logic.
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