|Version 5 |
|Hello everyone! Tell me your favourite new feature for version 5 and I might fix it...|
|The ability to pause your countdown alarm.|
So it remembers where your countdown was from last time.
It isn't hard to modify the countdown anyway, so the program is pretty sweet as it is!
Maybe if the program gets too many features in the future - you could have the option of customising the program, so people just get what they want.
If you use XML I heard this is possible.
I repeat: brilliant craftsmanship!
|inco, sure I will fix that... try making a hotkey to the memo (from settings) and create your temporary alarms like this:|
:10:45 am Make food
Bob, I will try
|PLESE MAKE SHORTCUT TO ADDING NEW ALARMS|
|I have a download program that, thanks to SwizzTool I can start whenever I want...but using a satelite IP I can over use my bandwidth ...I need to be able to shut a program down as well....please help. PS I love it anyway.|
|What I need.|
At work I use an old computer that doesn�t allow any installs.
Nevertheless I'm required to keep track of multiple times during the day.
What I really need is a timetool that does NOT install, a standalone.
With at least 16 daily alarms (preferably more) that I can set differently depending on witch day of the week it is.
Since I'm not even aloud to set the systemclock on the work computer it needs to get the current time from an NTP-server (and not even bother with the internal clock).
My solution up to date is an DHTML-clock that gets the time from an NTP-server, but I don't get any alarms (since I don't know how to program it myself).
|To David above who posted having the "alarm auto-re-activate"... Oh but it does! If you choose "Day and Time" feature you can have the alarm go off on the same day at the same time, autmatically. |
|Thanks Doug, good idea with the "" didnt notice that. And I should try to find out the default browser and always use that.|
Thanks David, I will try to think of a way to fix that
|I see how to change the browser to Firefox now. (under Settings>Main).|
I suggest you change the default setup for google to put quotes around the part, like this:
That way, searches for phrases will work.
But this doesn't work for IMDB -- for that site, you have to enclose the film name in quotes like this "Raise the Titanic". If you just have this: Raise the Titanic, then the IMDB only searches on the word Raise.
|That the google search feature in Memo|
would open my default browser (Firefox)
not Internet Explorer (grr!!)
|Being able to select multiple days in one week would be nice though.|
|umm, nevermind that comment. I'm slow.|
I thought Repeat Alarm meant to loop the sound event...
|giving an option to allow alarms to auto-re-activate would be nice...|