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Default [APP] LeoExtendedNotifications, blink keypad on missed call, sms, email, more [v0.92]

At request of the people in this thread, I made a small app that blinks the keypad when there are notifications.

If you also use KeypadLedControl, you may get some irregular blinking during notifications. Nothing serious.

Features
- Blink keypad on: unread sms, unread mms, unread e-mail, missed calls, reminders (if rom supports it), voicemail
- Configurable via registry & seperate Config application
- Notification timeout after X seconds (300=5min by default)
- Stop notifications after unlocking the phone (only works on compatible lock screens)
- Temporarily stop notifications during phone call
- Configurable blinking sequence (also per notification type)
- Configurable time between repeating sequence

Changelog
v0.92
- Some small fixes by 3dfx

v0.91
- Hopefully fixes issue where keypad wouldn't blink on notifications if there were no specific sequences for that notification type configured (in registry)

v0.9
- Added configuration application
- Popups now automatically close again after a second or so (except for errors, they stay)
- Added nicer icons in start menu/sense (if you're using WM6.5+, might require device restart)

v0.3 to v0.8
- App configurable via registry
- Add support for reminder and voicemail notifications
- Notification timeout after X seconds (300=5min by default)
- Stop notifications after unlocking the phone
- Temporarily stop notifications during phone call
- Configurable blinking sequence (also per notification type)
- Configurable time between repeating sequence

Additional credits
Big thanks to 3dfx. He added a lot of features as you can read throughout this thread.

Source
Source code can be found here: http://github.com/netripper/LeoExtendedNotifications

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great idea, thank you for this really usefull app.
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thank you very much (:
 
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Thank you Netripper. I'm going to give it a try! I'll let you know how it goes.
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wonderful. works perfect! Thank-you
 
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Great idea, thanks a lot for your contribution, netripper

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Originally Posted by DJKai View Post
Thanks NetRipper.. working fantastic here. I wonder if this could make the keypad leds defective over time...
i am also a little bit worrying about eventually led malfunction when using it all the time.
however i would like the idea to be able to configure a notification timeout.
imagine you get a mail late night and the leds would permanently flash until next day.


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Thank again Netripper.
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Nice addition. Thanks. I see Disable notifications after X minutes is at the top of your todo list. That's fine by me
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Really hope Disable notifications after X minutes are made fast
 
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Great idea, thanks a lot for your contribution, netripper



i am also a little bit worrying about eventually led malfunction when using it all the time.
however i would like the idea to be able to configure a notification timeout.
imagine you get a mail late night and the leds would permanently flash until next day.


best regards, Olioaglio
+1 Would welcome that as well-
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