ffalarms 0.2.1 and atd-over-fso (now works on SHR-testing)
billk at iinet.net.au
Wed Apr 29 04:44:21 CEST 2009
Configurable, configurable, ...
Everyones use case is different! - I usually wake with the click and
display glow when the FR comes out of suspend, even before the alarm
starts to sound, so I find the very low start fine as do the rest of the
household (see next).
I would also like to have a setting to remove the puzzle as I cant even
see the buttons, let alone the tiny numbers without glasses. Ended up
hacking the code to remove it and print a large "ACK" on the first
button as the puzzle makes the FR unusable as an alarm clock (you DO
have to be able to turn the alarm off before it wakes the rest of the
household you know :)
Colours for the clock display - I changed mine to a dim amber - much
better in a dark room. Also, does the green cause problems for the
colour blind? (something to think about) - but the green is much better
in daylight. Again, would be nice if its both configurable and/or
selectable from the display.
On Tue, 2009-04-28 at 13:47 -0500, Steven ** wrote:
> 2009/4/27 Łukasz Pankowski <lukpank at o2.pl>:
> > Currently it increases the volume +1 each second, I may make the time
> > between increases configurable in config file if you insist that fixing
> > point 2. (see below) is not enough for you.
> I "decoded" the python file and figured out where to change that. I
> originally set it to increase by 3 each step. But then I decided
> starting at a louder volume fit my use-case better. Until the volume
> gets above 200, I can't really hear it in my bedroom (lots of ambient
> noise from fans). I don't think it would too difficult to make these
> options in the config file (I see you have a few already). Maybe some
> people would rather it be configurable in the GUI, but I'm fine with
> the config file approach.
> >> 2. Make ffalarms prevent suspend for a time, maybe 5 minutes. (Note
> >> that it would be REALLY bad to prevent suspend indefinitely, as I
> >> might forget I set an alarm and walk away from the phone, only to come
> >> back hours later to an empty battery)
> > I will try to fix the suspend issue this weekend (time is scarce) that
> > is avoid suspending until you stop the alarm.
> Thanks. I'll gladly beta test any ipks you send me. :-)
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