More Klaxon Cleanup in 2.0.0.19

Changes in the latest version:

  • When integrating with Home Screen, Klaxon now cancels all Windows alarms upon firing an alarm.
  • Turning off the screen when snoozing is now an option in settings.
  • Klaxon will now ask for confirmation if you try to create or edit an alarm that is set as disabled. Some users were accidentally disabling the alarm and pressing OK, and the alarm would obviously not go off.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

It cool! May by you can add more languages? And also I need exclusion (for example I don't want to hear my phone in the morning at Christmas :)

Anonymous said...

Excellent app! The only practical alarm clock I've found so far. Two minor things though... Would it be possible to take the first day of the week from the locale? In a lot of (most?) countries the week starts on Monday rather than Sunday.

Would it also be possible to add a quick stop to the scrolling digits, so you can tap them to stop on the shown number? I find it a bit tricky to get the time I want currently...

Koush said...

You can tap the digit to stop the scrolling. :)
You can also single tap or drag the top/bottom of the digit to increase/decrease slowly.

j421 said...

i have the klaxon setup folder on my computer..how do i get it to work on my diamond?

Thanks

Koush said...

Copy the CAB file to your Diamond and run it.

j421 said...

not working..is there a particular folder I put the files into? I'm really just looking to be play songs as my alarm clock

Thanks

Anonymous said...

The program fail to launch. It print a message that indicate "ArgumentOutOfRangeException"

at
System.Globalization.DateTimeFormatInfo.set_Calender()

at
System.Globalization.DateTimeFormatInfo..ctor()

and many more.....

nexus said...

Hey, I have a Touch Diamond and I was wondering if there was any way to have Klaxon launch when you tap the clock on the home screen instead of the default Windows "Clock & Alarm" screen? Is that possible?

Anonymous said...

Tapping and holding does make it go back to the point where you held it, but only once it has slowed to a stop of its own accord. If you release before it stops it will ignore the hold completely. What I would like is for it to instead stop immediately when tapped.