Alarm Clock for Windows 7

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  1. geekmaster1

    geekmaster1 New Member

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    any alarm clocks for windows 7?
    im on x64
     
  2. gavin19

    gavin19 New Member

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    I used this Alarm Clock Gadget before and it worked just fine. You do need to have the Gadget platform active in 'Windows Features' although I think it is by default anyway.
     
  3. Highwayman

    Highwayman Extraordinary Member

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    Nice one, I used the old version of this, nice to see they have updated it now.
     
  4. Donjuan

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    Its not bad, I installed a couple b4 this one. Just wish it had more available colors.
     
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    Hi, this reply might come late, but anyway ;-) you can unpack it since it's just a renamed ZIP-package...
    Youe need to take several steps to add colors:
    1) Inside the archive there is a file called "common.js" in which there's only one function called "updateColor" (when I was writing this post, of course ;-)) and there you find the "color schemes".
    2) in Settings.html at lines 42-46 (should be in js function init()): for every added color scheme add a line "colorchoice.options(x).text = text[y]" where x should be the index of the html select-element's option child element (see lines 184-190)... the "y" comes next
    3) in language.js add a line text[y] = "your-color-scheme-name" where the y must correspond to the y from step 2... (if you want to add the french translation, also do this for the language.js file in the fr-subdir... by that you can also add your own translation...)
    4) inside Settings.html again, add the appropriate option child elements to the aforementioned select-element (lines 184-190) where only the "value" attribute must correspond to the name you used in the "common.js"-file!

    Hope that helps to add your own color-scheme / language :)
     
    #6 lolmegafroi, Jun 25, 2011
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2011
  7. Highwayman

    Highwayman Extraordinary Member

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    Members are advised to be careful when editing javascripts :andwhat: but this seems fairly okay since you are only changing colours
     

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