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  •  08 Apr 2005 22:52

Release Notes: The return value of nanosleep is now checked and acted on if necessary. This should fix some problems with the volume fading.

  •  01 Apr 2004 19:05

Release Notes: Volume fading down was fixed, and you can now use other XMMS plugins such as Joystick or IRman to control the volume at the same time xmms-alarm is performing volume fading.

  •  08 Mar 2004 21:01

Release Notes: This release supports playing MP3 or ogg streams as well as local playlist files.

  •  18 Mar 2003 15:51

Release Notes: This release shows the default time for each day when the option to use the default time is enabled, making the configuration screen less confusing. The autoconf/automake scripts have been updated. Some minor bugs have been fixed.

  •  12 Aug 2002 04:17

Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug where the plugin behaved randomly if you attempted to disable it while it was fading volumes, sometimes causing xmms to crash.

  •  09 Mar 2002 03:24

Release Notes: Bugs whereby the alarm would restart when the wakeup dialog was closed before 1 minute or when the volume fade time was set to less than 1 minute were fixed. Occasional hangs in playlist loading was fixed. The source was cleaned up.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

    Release Notes: This release adds an option for the alarm to go off at different times on each day and makes the reminder option actually display the reminder instead of ignoring it.

    •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

      Release Notes: This development release adds a simple option for selecting which days of the week the alarm should activate on, for the people who forget to disable the plugin on sundays. The configure interface has also been modified so that it doesnt take up a full screen on most peoples machines.

      •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

        Release Notes: This release fixes a small problem with GTK and threads that caused xmms to die most of the time.


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