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This is the documentation for MPF 0.56, which is the “dev” (next) release of MPF that is a work-in-progress. This is probably ok, and means you’ll be on the latest, cutting-edge version of MPF.
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If you are new to MPF, we have recently rewritten the installation process which only applies to this “latest” 0.56, so you probably want to stay here because the prior installation process doesn’t work on the latest OS and Python versions.
The timer named (name) has stopped.
This event is posted any time the timer stops, whether it stops because it ended or because it was stopped early by some other event.
(See the Conditional Events guide for details for how to create entries in your config file that only respond to certain combinations of the arguments below.)
- The current tick number this timer is at.
- The number of ticks in this timer remaining.
Event is posted by timers: