Hi there Ross,
One timetable (defined in Gibbon as an entry in the gibbonTT table) can support many year groups, courses and classes all doing different things at the same time (which is what you are describing above). What a timetable cannot have is different timings for different groupings (e.g. these people doing something for 60 minutes, whilst these people do something for 45 minutes).
So, in your case, you want to define a course for your subject (e.g. Year 10 Science aka SC10) and have four classes in that course (e.g. SC10.1, SC10.2, etc). You can then place these wherever you like within the timetable.
Does this make sense?
Perfect sense Ross, Thanks
Willpro, some might say that is the first time I have ever made perfect sense : ) Happy to help. Ross
Can you include a screenshot here for me, and I will take a look.
Thanks for your speedy response.See Image below
Timetable is looking good! If you want to contribute any of your learning to our documentation, let me know!
Now that is odd…and something I have never seen before. I wonder…what are the times set up for school opening and closing in your Days Of The Week in School Admin? Do your days stop at 11:30 by any chance?
If that does not help, let me know what Gibbon version you are using, and share your data with my by email to email@example.com and I will try and work it out.
I am documenting my steps as I go along so I will gladly share. I’ll let you know when it is completed.
Willpro, yes, it has been busy, but no excuse for keeping you hanging : ) I have found the source of the problem, and fixed it in the v12 branch, which you can see in the commit below:
However, this is NOT backwards compatible to v11, so I have created a patch for you. Install the file below in your v11 install, and the issue should be resolved.
Works like a charm.