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#1073
2 alarm questions 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
1 - Is it possible to set the default alarm time for an event to zero minutes rather than the current 15 minutes? Rainlendar's so flexible I'm sure it must be possible but I've found many options are buried away and I can't find this one anywhere.

2 - When I select a different wav file for a particular alarm (chimes.wav in the windows directory), the default Rainlendar alarm sound is still played. I know I can change the default alarm for all events but it looks like I should be able to change the sound for individual alarms but it doesn't seem to work. Am I doing something wrong?

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#1076
Re:2 alarm questions 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
1. The default value is defined in the resource file (resources/event.xrs). If you want to change it you can unzip the file and edit the text control with name=1009 to use some other value. Note that the resources get overwritten when you upgrade to a new version.

2. It's a bug.
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#1078
Re:2 alarm questions 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
Thanks for the prompt reply.

What should I open an xrs file with? I tried using notepad but that clearly isn't right.
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Re:2 alarm questions 7 Years, 9 Months ago  
change the extension to .zip and unzip it first.
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