Allows you to set up a trigger based upon the time, rather than what is received from the MUD. The timepattern can contain a specific time, or can include wildcards as shown below. If preceded with a minus (-), the connection time is used rather than the current time.
Typically, the timepattern has the format hours:minutes:seconds, although the hours and minutes are optional. If missing, the hours or minute parameter is assumed to be an asterisk wildcard. In place of a specific numeric value, you can use an asterisk to match any value, or you can list several values separated by the OR operator (|). You can also use the special wildcard *value which will match when the time MOD the value is zero. E.g. *10 matches 10, 20, 30, etc. Finally, you can put parenthesis around the wildcards to save the values matched to the %1..%9 parameters.
You can also define a temporary, one-time alarm by specifying a plus (+) in front of the time. The command is executed when the alarm goes off and the alarm is then deleted.