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 on: October 07, 2017, 03:10:00 PM 
Started by ejaugustine - Last post by RockFox

 I use KA to remind myself of special events, ie birthday, anniversaries, etc that happen yearly.? I was wondering if it would be possible to set up monthly and yearly alarms to be able to repeat them for x # of times?? This way I could set it to remind me of a birthday, daily, starting a week before the actual date.

I would use such a feature.  I currently use a program called iDate (no longer available) for appointments, anniversaries etc.  I input the actual date of the occurrence and also how many days in advance to start reminding me daily.  Imputing an alarm to repeat for xx times would be useful.  Ex:  On the 15th of every month Pop Up Message for 3 days.

Screen shots of iDate:

 12 
 on: October 07, 2017, 02:26:56 PM 
Started by mikeg - Last post by RockFox
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3. Allow user to Disable individual alarms in right-click menu. I know we can already Stop All alarms or disable individual alarms by editing alarm schedule to something in the future. But who wants to go through all that trouble and later have to edit the schedule again to set it back when?right-click Disable/Enable would be so much easier! Maybe add an internal enabled/disabled flag to all alarms and check for value of "enabled" else exit. For a visual queue, add an enabled column in the alarm list and turn the text gray for disabled alarms.

I really like this suggestion.  I have often wanted to disable alarm(s) for awhile and then re-enable them.

 13 
 on: October 07, 2017, 02:16:46 PM 
Started by RockFox - Last post by RockFox
I have an alarm set for the first of the month to "Open Web Page" and it works just fine except that the web page sometimes has not been changed yet for the current month.  In that case it would e nice to Snooze the alarm to a later time and then "Open Web Page" again.

This scenario might happen with other actions too.  So I'm suggesting that action "Pop Up Message" can be selected in addition to other actions.

So in the case I mentioned KA would open the web page and display the Pop Up Message.  If I am satisfied with the web page I wold Dismiss the Pop Up.  Otherwise I would Snooze it for some time and the web page would open again alog with the Pop Up Message.

 14 
 on: October 04, 2017, 09:04:45 AM 
Started by rcglfr - Last post by Alessia
On a new PC that came with Win 10 Pro, I tried reinstalling Kirby Alarm Pro. It was not a success at first but eventually using the compatibility setting for Win 7 I got it almost running perfectly by installing to C:\Program Files (x86). In fact everything runs as it should other than start with Windows.

There's a link in the StartUp folder but it still requires manual starting. Like I say, other than that it runs almost perfectly, the "almost" being related to my screen resolution of 3840*2160 which even with a 200% dpi scale-up makes KAP's interface look a little odd but I can live with that.

 15 
 on: August 11, 2017, 12:05:26 AM 
Started by The Pom - Last post by Ian Cook
Excellent.

For the sake of others that might be reading this here is how you do it..

1. Click on the fixture button (the second button from the left at the top)
2. Double click on round 23
3. Enter the fixtures and then click the ok button.

I have attached a screen shot showing the various screens.

I hope this helps. If not, please just let me know.

Ian  Grin

 16 
 on: August 10, 2017, 05:28:33 AM 
Started by The Pom - Last post by The Pom
Hi Ian,

No problems I worked it out myself. I changed from within the application software. Cheers.

 17 
 on: August 09, 2017, 03:09:07 AM 
Started by The Pom - Last post by The Pom
Hi Ian,

Now the AFL has released round 23 fixture is it just a matter of modifying the aflfixtures.csv file in all fields?

Cheers Steve

 18 
 on: May 16, 2017, 12:58:09 AM 
Started by alarmingBob - Last post by Ian Cook
Hi Bob

Glad you got it going.

Regarding the alarms.tps file being located in the users folder check out Rockfox's explanation http://www.kirbyfooty.com/forum/index.php?topic=1031.msg2649#msg2649

 19 
 on: May 15, 2017, 05:08:42 PM 
Started by alarmingBob - Last post by alarmingBob
Update:
Everything in the registry points to c:\program files\kirby alarm pro
no more error messages
all my data is in the same folder
opening KAP shows no alarms and only history from when I started trying to move it to this computer
I can add alarms and they work
There is only 1 user and I have admin priv

just tried one more thing - searched for the current alarms.tps and found it in c:\users\...  - copied all my data there and it seems to be working.
How can I change it to c:\program files\kap ?

Thanks for your attention on this.

 20 
 on: May 15, 2017, 04:46:43 AM 
Started by alarmingBob - Last post by alarmingBob
Your help would be greatly appreciated. I"ve tried it again several times tonight with no success. I'm in USA on east coast but traveling by day.

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