|D, not sure at the moment what the problem could be, I will look into it... (time for an upgrade? ;) )|
|It crashed on Win98 after saying "Incorrect parameter" (with no more).|
|Please add keyboard shortcut: "Add New Alarm"|
|Thanks Bob and Magnus, shut down applications, I add it to the list.|
Sorry to hear it's not working with the time alarms, you are sure you set the AM/PM thing correct? Could you tell me what Time format you use (for example in Sweden we use HH:mm:ss) and what country settings do you have in Windows?
If I can figure out what the problem is I will fix it...
|Great tool, but....|
but I'm only able to use the countdown type. When I choose time, nothing happens. Are there any specific service that I need to activate? I have turned some unnecessary services off, and everything else works(including all programs)I use Win xp sp2(with latest dotnet and so on).
Don't waste any time looking to fix this, I still think it is really usable. But if you've heard that others have had the same problem i would appreciate just a quick comment.
Great app anyway!
|I love it. Startimg Aplications at a specified time is great! Now if I could only reliably shut them down the same way! Macros are not reliable. The window of the ap is always changing when running.|
Good idea, something like that could be very usefull, and I think I know a good way to implement it too so it would fit the program. Thanks
Pretty cool tool - great. What do you think, is it possible to integrate a time-stop-function into Swizz for various system tasks? E.g.: I want to copy a whole CD towards the HDD with XP-Explorer and measure the time it takes. So it would be possible to say something about the speed of the CD-ROM-Drive. E.g. a 700 MByte disc would take 3 min., so the average transfer rate would be 3,89 Mbyte/s. This would be adaptable for every time-measuring for system tasks, to determine the effective speed for PC-components with modding and OC. What ya think?
|När du kommer hem ska jag köpa en glass åt dig :-).. Saknar dig |
I could add that to the settings, so the user can choose where to save it, would solve the problem right?
Thanks for your comment
Nice tool. But I have to run it as User with Administrator-rights. As user with limited (XP)rights I get an error-message when I log off. SwizzTool wants to write memo.txt in C:Program FilesSwizztool. And writing to that destination is not allowed. A possible solution would be to store memo.txt in C:Documents and Settings
That would make the program really XP-compatible.
|Hello Gunnar, thanks for your comment|
You can do that by creating a Countdown alarm instead, and set that to 10 minutes.
|Nice utility. It looks like I can only specify a task to run once a day. I however need to run a task every 10 minutes. Extending SwizzTool to accomodate this requirement would make the tool perfect. |
|webspider, I have actually never tried it on NT :) so it won't even start? No error message or anything?|
Thanks for your comment
i use swizztool since version 3.0 on XP, it works perfectly and i like it a lot! thank you!
but on the other PC (with windows NT) it doesn't work at all ... it's annoying, to have to use two different tools - even more if the second choice isn't half as good ::::(
any chance of having a version for NT? maybe an older one?
|Thanks to Victor Uchoa for Português, Brasil translation|
New icons... I add it to the todo list Phillip :)
|Great stuff, something minor, could you give it a more modern looking tray icon? It looks sort of out of place in my tray but not crucial (only if you have time :)).|
|BlindWanderer, yes that is something I will fix for the next version, for now you can create different tasks that play different sounds and have them as alarm signels|
|Cool tool, been using it since 2.0 as an alarm clock. Now if you could just specify a sound for each alarm (defaulting to the default if one isn't specified but active).|
|Muy bueno!!. Felicitaciones.|
|You can create a task that opens an mp3 or even a playlist in your default mp3-player and use as alarm signal Silvernhorn|
|Nice. Neat. Handy. If it can play other fomrat sound files (eg. mp3), it will be superb.|
|this is fantastic|
|Thank you very much Matthew|
|Second donation sent, and well worth it...!|
|Thanks again, love the update...!|
In fact so darn impressed, i'm gonna donate again...! :-)
|Thanks Niklas and Billy, yes Billy that is something I will fix for the next version :)|
| hey jonas..i tried it today and loved it.i hope to use it from now on.great job!|
i have a question.is there a way to add an option that when u get an alarm..u could push a button that sais "remined me again in 30 minuts"or an hour..u know.sevral options.that would be great for the next version.:).
anyway..thanks for your good work..ill send your program all over isral.;)
really a great piece of software, thank you!
|Thanks Kit, sorry to hear... I hope everything works out fine|
|Wonderful program...I wish I had the money to donate...but as it is...I'm about to go homeless.|
|Thanks Bill, yes new alarm types are something that will be added for the next version, but when that will be released I don't know|
|Wonderful program. I really need the ability to set monthly, two-weekly and other recurring alarms to remind me to do certain tasks, pay bills, etc. Have you any plans to add such a function.|
Many thanks for great software?
|Robert, try creating a "Day and Time" alarm, those can be set at every Monday at some time|
|Great app. Any chance of having the option to specify selected days in a week? Eg daily, but only Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sun.|