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 parisielvirac
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What does consecutive mean?
How do I use it? are they in seperate slots or can they be together, because in the threads I see the diagrams create blocks for these "consecutive" rules.
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 Dave Killoran
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Consecutive typically means "one after the other," as in Monday-Tuesday or 3-4, etc. Remember though, that depending on the setup, vertical or horizontal blocks mean different things. sometimes they would be consecutive, other times they would indicate the same. For example, in a horizontal setup involving days of the week, an AB block means A and B appear on two consecutive days, such as Wednesday-Thursday etc. But a vertical block like this:

B
A

Means they are on the same day.

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