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Maintainer:ekianjo
Version:1.3.6.0
Filesize:15.93 Mb
Category:Utility
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Redistribute:Allowed
Added:Jul 28, 2012
Updated:Sep 2, 2012
Downloads:1608
Package Author: ekianjo
Description:
Simple Clock Application With Local Weather Support and Worldwide TimeZone Support. Written for Pandora.

Version 1.3.6 adds internet time synchronization, when internet is on. Synchronization happens only once, at the start of the application.
Version 1.3.5 builds on the alarm function. The alarm is now ringing continously, flashing the screen on and off until you press any key or button.
Version 1.3.4 introduces the possibility to add a custom RSS feed instead of a Twitter feed.
Version 1.3.3 fixes a number of remaining bugs from previous versions, and adds a few graphical fixes as well. Update recommended.
Version 1.3.2 adds a few minor aesthetic tweaks (boxes around additional locations) as well as wallpapers displayed in the background (can be changed/removed with left-right on the D-pad). Wallpapers in this application are all under creative-commons licenses. Version 1.3 enables the selection of a custom Twitter feed to be displayed on-screen, by pressing R and entering the feed profile name. It also adds GUIHINTS for the display of options in the bottom bar, for clarity on the key controls. Version 1.2 added a RSS feed for the London 2012 Olympics, which can activated/deactivated by pressing the (R) key while connected to the Internet. The feed is updated every few minutes so you can get the latest results. PREVIOUSLY: Version 1.1 adds a new color (turquoise) for display, along with the possibility of display text, text+icon, icon only, or nothing to notify the Internet Connection. Timeout for Internet Connection has been increased as well, to fetch online data.
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VERSION HISTORY

1.3.6 Internet time synchronization provided you are online before launching the application! You can cut the connection afterwards and the time delta will remain until you quit the application.
1.3.5: Improvements on the alarm function, making it ring continuously until you press any key or button. Screen flashes as well.
1.3.4: Option to display a custom RSS feed (using R, and switching between a twitter feed and a RSS feed with left/right on Dpad). The URL for the RSS Feed needs to be the full URL including HTTP etc
1.3.3: Number of bug fixes. No new features, update is highly recommended for consistency and overall experience.
1.3.2: the addition, among other things, of wallpapers (b&w) in the background.
1.3.1: update to display the twitter feed in a slightly nicer way.
1.3: adds custom Twitter account support for display (Press R when you are connected to Internet).
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ekianjo
01/06/2013 15:40 UTC
v1.3.6.0
@dimag0g OK, I understand what you mean now. I have yet to experiment with this. As you can see the CPU then only runs at 14Mhz, it's very hard to guess if that is enough to run the program at such low frequency. I'll give it a shot one of these days.
dimag0g
01/06/2013 09:51 UTC
v1.3.6.0
By "standby" I meant low power mode (http://pandorawiki.org/Power_modes#Low_Power). The alarm clock should wake up the device and ring at the moment of time which you set up with "S" key.
ekianjo
01/06/2013 04:20 UTC
v1.3.6.0
@dimag0g - what do you mean by "no way to wake the pandora up from standby at the right time to activate the alarm." ? Can you describe how it should work ? I don't understand your comment very well.
dimag0g
31/05/2013 19:52 UTC
v1.3.6.0
OK, so my previous comment looks like I'm displeased by your app, and that's totally not true. Nevermind the size. The ability to wake up the device, however, is a killer feature for an alarm application to have.
dimag0g
31/05/2013 19:39 UTC
v1.3.6.0
I checked the alarm again and it seems to work fine. Too bad there is no way to wake the pandora up from standby at the right time to activate the alarm. Or is there? On a less important note, your program is a little too big to be cute =)
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