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  •  23 Apr 2005 19:46
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    Release Notes: This release fixes build faults and doesn't play sound files when the volume is set to zero.

    •  20 Apr 2005 17:57
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      Release Notes: This release adds an option to speak messages when they are displayed, a fade option for sound files, an undo/redo facility, a search facility, menu options to quickly create alarms from templates, and an Edit button in the alarm message window to edit the alarm. Several bugs have been fixed.

      •  28 Feb 2005 12:22
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        Release Notes: This release now pops up alarm windows far from the mouse pointer, to avoid accidental acknowledgement. It starts KMix to set the sound volume if it isn't already running. There were also some bugfixes and improved translations.

        •  28 Feb 2005 12:22
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          Release Notes: This release now pops up alarm windows far from the mouse pointer, to avoid accidental acknowledgement. It starts KMix to set the sound volume if it isn't already running. There were also some bugfixes and improved translations.

          •  09 Jan 2005 20:33
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            Release Notes: Options for command alarms were added to specify a script to execute rather than a command line, and to execute in a terminal window. Drag-and-drop improvements and minor bugfixes were made.

            •  09 Jan 2005 17:00
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              Release Notes: Options for command alarms were added to specify a script to execute rather than a command line, and to execute in a terminal window. Drag-and-drop improvements and minor bugfixes were made.

              •  10 Dec 2004 22:24
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                Release Notes: A crash when the last recurrence of an alarm is reached has been fixed. Dialog layouts and time spinboxes have been fixed for right-to-left languages. The random limit on expired alarm discard time in the Preferences dialog if stepping with spinbox buttons has been fied. The alarm list is now sortable on alarm type.

                •  28 Nov 2004 03:39
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                  Release Notes: This release makes the alarm daemon (kalarmd) exclusive to KAlarm. It allows the user to specify the late-cancellation period for an alarm, adds the option to automatically close the window after the late-cancellation period, adds a facility to enable and disable individual alarms, and adds a simple repetition facility, including repetition within a recurrence. It also adds an option to pick a KMail identity as email sender, makes the time edit controls use 12-hour clock when that is the user's default, and uses KMix whenever possible to set the hardware sound volume.

                  •  28 Nov 2004 03:38
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                    Release Notes: This release makes the alarm daemon (kalarmd) exclusive to KAlarm. It allows the user to specify the late-cancellation period for an alarm, adds the option to automatically close the window after the late-cancellation period, adds a facility to enable and disable individual alarms, and adds a simple repetition facility, including repetition within a recurrence. It also adds an option to pick a KMail identity as email sender, makes the time edit controls use 12-hour clock when that is the user's default, and uses KMix whenever possible to set the hardware sound volume.

                    •  20 Nov 2004 20:08
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                      Release Notes: The alarm daemon (kalarmd) was tailored to KAlarm, allowing it to be controlled from KAlarm's preferences dialog. The time edit controls now use a 12-hour clock when this is the user's default.

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