WMTimer is a dockable alarm clock for Windowmaker or Blackbox which can be run in alarm, countdown timer, or chronograph mode. In alarm or timer mode, you can either execute a command or sound the system bell when the time is reached. WMTimer is configurable through the command line or the GTK GUI.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager Window Maker Applets|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in the command line parser, which caused the -color option to conflict with the -c option in some cases.
Release Notes: This version is ported to GTK+ 2.0.
Release Notes: A patch that allows the selection of any combination of the system bell and running a command was applied, and a small bug that resulted in a "Broken pipe" error that crashed the program when "command" was selected in the GUI but no command was actually entered was fixed. The state handling was improved and the ability to pause the clock when in countdown mode was added.
Release Notes: A fix for a minor bug in the last bugfix.
Release Notes: A problem where the bell would beep and an initial action was triggered where countdown mode was specified without a time was fixed.