alarm applet is a GNOME panel applet that provides a way of either alerting the user that a particular time has arrived, or it can be used to run a command at a specified time. Think of it as an alarm clock for your desktop.
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Release Notes: Bugfixes.
Release Notes: The applet now handles the panel orientation properly. The applet size can also be reduced to take up less room on the panel and a few UI consistancy changes.
Release Notes: Fixed the bug which became apparent with GTK+ 1.2.4 where the popup window would occasionally cause a warning about size_allocate. Some minor cosmetic changes are in there as well.
Release Notes: Implemented a simple volume for the sound alarm. Not really worth upgrading if the 0.8.1 release does what you want.
Release Notes: Fixed the stupid bug where the applet would not save session info about its position on the panel