Klaxon Home Page
If anyone experiences a bug with Klaxon, please post a description of the bug, steps to reproduce the problem, and attach the \Program Files\Klaxon\Klaxon.txt file to the post.
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- Support for multiple languages.
- Looking for more ideas to help improve this application!
- Updated Klaxon to support Samsung Light Sensor
- Fixed issue with device not waking up from sleep to sound alarm.
- Re-enabled the code that forcibly removes the Windows alarm (May cause issues with some phones).
- Removed the upper right default "ok" button from the OpenFileDialog. This prevents users from hitting Ok and closing the dialog when no file has been selected.
- Reverted previous change to "dismiss" Windows alarms. This was causing issues on mine and other devices in that the Klaxon Alarm would never show up. In its place, Klaxon now prevents Windows Alarms from flashing, playing sound, or vibrating. The notification will still show up, but at least not it is completely benign.
- You can no longer hit the Off or Snooze buttons while the phone's screen is powered off.
- Klaxon will no longer start the OpenFileDialog in the Windows directory to prevent the device from hanging while all the files are listed.
- Fixed Daylight Savings Bug!
- Fixed crash bug that would happen when browsing a directory filled with many sound files.
- Changed the Klaxon icon to something nicer looking. (Requires restart, Windows Mobile caches icons)
- The OpenFileDialog now shows the appropriate size folder icon for your resolution.
- Added Volume control option for alarm under Settings.
- Fixed intermittent bug where Samsung G-Sensor exception went uncaught, causing an exception.
- 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.
- Skinning support implemented, sample skins will be released soon.
- Completely stripped out the old Klaxon UI design and added QVGA support for the new skinnable UI.
- Fixed bugs related to the new feature that allows you to disable sensors while snoozed.
Download and extract the new TestSkin into \Program Files\Klaxon\TestSkin to use as a base to create your own skins. TestSkin looks exactly like the default Klaxon skin.
If you want to install the TestSkin, your directory structure should look like this image:
- Added options to disable each sensor action while snoozed. For example, if your Flip action snoozes your phone, and you don't want to let it resnooze while snoozing (by just picking up your phone in some cases), check this box!
- Added the ability to select a Windows Media Player playlist. You can find playlists in your \Playlists or \Internal Storage\Playlists folders. You can use Windows Media Player on your desktop to create and sync playlists.
- When you snooze your device, the screen is automatically turned off to save power.
- The default sound file is now \Windows\Alarm5.wav. It is not configurable in the UI yet, but you can configure it manually setting the \HKCU\Software\Klaxon\DefaultSoundFile value in the registry. (It does not exist by default, but Klaxon will use it if it is there.)
- Implemented About Box
- Implemented the Snooze countdown on the alarm form.
- On the Alarm List form, days that are not scheduled to start the alarm are now a darker color than they were before.
- Fixed bug where deleting all the alarms would not remove the alarm from the TouchFlo Home Screen.
- Fixed the sound looping bug once and for all! Found a not so well documented "loop" API hidden off the WindowsMediaPlayer.settings.setMode method.
- Fixed bug where seconds showed up on the alarms in the list form and the alarm itself.
- Implemented new skin for the actual Alarm form.
- Implemented 24 hour mode (on the reskinned version only)
- Possibly fixed bug where wav files were not looping.
- Fixed bug where editing alarms that took place on the noon or midnight hours were bugged.
- Vibrations are now 150 and 300 ms instead of 500ms.
- Windows Alarms are now schedule with no sound, so all the user may see is a notification (if Home Screen integration is enabled)
- Fixed bug where One Time alarms did not show up on the Home Screen.
- If you have a 480x640+ screen, you will see the new UI. It's pretty. Still have to skin the alarm form, but besides that, it is done.
- Possibly fixed bug where Klaxon would stay resident in memory.
- The number controls are now gesture based: you can flick them and they will scroll through their range quite rapidly!
- You can now preview the alarm using the play button. (Only available in the new UI)
Using Klaxon is pretty straightforward; it's more or less like the standard Clocks and Alarms application.
You can download Klaxon from my website.