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Next Alarm widget - is a simple desktop widget showing time of next active alarm.


I always wanted to see alarms list quickly. The desktop - is a best place for it.

Features:
- configurable size
- configurable font & color
- list of alarms for next 24 hours
- optional filter to show standard alarms only
- optional time remaining display
- languages: EN, RU, FR, DE, ES, CS, NL

Download: (extras-devel)
File for translate: nextalarm_en.zip

Last edited by Avis; 10-09-2010 at 02:03 AM.
 

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thank you for this great app. but everytime i open setting it resets font size
 
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Thank you very much for this!

Originally Posted by Avis View Post
I always wanted to see alarms list quickly.
Me too!
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+ dont you want to merge these 2 widgets (digi & this one)
 
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Originally Posted by bzbnd View Post
thank you for this great app. but everytime i open setting it resets font size
Just change font name/family and save settings. Then all settings will save correctly.
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+ dont you want to merge these 2 widgets (digi & this one)
I think that it is better customizable to have 2 separate widgets (maybe not all users wants to use both widgets at the same time).
 

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Hey Avis,

Thanks a lot for these 2 widgets, really great

What I was wondering is: is it possible to show just the alarms for the clock?
At this moment I also see the settings I made in the alarmed app (wich I use to switch profiles at preset times).

Greets!

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does this widget use python?
 
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Originally Posted by djmvt View Post
At this moment I also see the settings I made in the alarmed app (wich I use to switch profiles at preset times).
I'll try to find how to filter alarms from alarmed.
Originally Posted by slender
does this widget use python?
No. It's only C++ (Qt, of course).
 

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Could you make a text like "--:--" when there's no alarm? that's more compact than "No active alarms", and it keeps the same width.

But that's just an idea, let me know what you think

Edit: great feature that it opens the alarm dialog when the widget is clicked!
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hmm does this application use the default alarm program installed?

i hate how the alarm rings only for 20 seconds, then stops! i want it to ring forever until i turn it off!

drives me crazy cuz i miss my alarm so many times that i have to set another alarm
 
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