alarm-clock

Alarm clock for gtk environments
  http://gnome-automate.net/
  5
  20 reviews



Alarm clock is the personal alarm clock for gtk+ desktop environments. it supports sound fading, scheduled alarms, snooze option, passive window reminders, exception lists for scheduled alarms, exporting alarms and much more!
Latest reviews
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lord-ralf-adolf 3 years ago

boo

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vits07 4 years ago

Installed KALARM actually

3
Janik020301 4 years ago

After the first use, it crashs!

5
bblonski 5 years ago

Simple and flexbile

5
Chaotajo 5 years ago

Such a simple little thing. It has been a very helpful tool.

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owenjroberts 6 years ago

no easy way to find or stop alarm except closing the program, also no way of testing it beforehand to check it makes a suitable noise. Very poor

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ali20 6 years ago

not good its so easy

5
joyjoy 7 years ago

great........

4
derrend 7 years ago

My garbage is collected every OTHER week. I'd like to be able to schedual that.

4
RobertLM78 7 years ago

The only thing I don't like is that I had to manually add it to Mint's menu.

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efthialex 7 years ago

Really handy!

2
josha 7 years ago

it crashes when it tries to play an audio file. Linux Mint 12 - mp3 and flac

5
Mazhar 7 years ago

Good enough, useful application, like it.

4
rob8043 7 years ago

good !!!!

4
mintos 7 years ago

Love it but it uses too much ram, turn it into a TALKING CLOCK with this sound files. http://www.mediafire.com/?mxid3x6tc6tvq42

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blueXrider 8 years ago

Very good

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nickolaym 8 years ago

Russian localization is less than 50%.

5
client26 8 years ago

like it very much

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SamHoratio 8 years ago

Very attractive but highly inefficent. Bulky (memory-wise), unreliable... has some bugs too; an alarm clock that's not predictable. I use Alarm Applet instead.

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sinapsis 8 years ago

It's very complete bus uses too much Ram: sometimes more than 150 mb.