LightSword Alarm Clock 0.85
LightSword Alarm Clock reminds you of tasks through out the day.
Run, configure and make.
Make install will install the lsalarm binary to your system but the default sounds will not play!! To get around this, make sure that no matter where the lsalarm executable is located, it always in the same directory as the default lsalarm.wav.
This can easily be done with shell scripts. Note that if the lsalarm.wav file is not with the executable, you can still choose a sound file in the options every time you start lsalarm.
· GTK >= 1.2.x
· If you want to play a sound, you have to supply the FULL path of the wave file you want to play, the best way to do this is just to use the browse button to find the file.
· To get the default lsalarm sound to work without having to click the browse button and look for it, instead of installing the binary to your /usr/local/bin, install a shell script that executes lsalarm from the directory that contains the "lsalarm.wav" file.