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#21034
Snooze for x 6 Months, 1 Week ago  
Hi,

Rainlendar definately needs some way to specify a certain snooze time, so you have your snooze for 10 minutes, snooze for 30 minutes, ... and a snooze for ... which opens a dialog to let you specify how many minutes/hours/days the current alarm should snooze.
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#21035
Re:Snooze for x 6 Months, 1 Week ago  
The last item in Options > Advanced lets You add some items, for instance I add:
", 1440, 10080, 0r"
To the list, for 1 day, 1 week and at event respectively. There You can also remove some seldom used items.
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#21036
Re:Snooze for x 6 Months, 1 Week ago  
I know but this is not the same, i already have a good dozen defined and i still often find myself thinking... if i only would have 6 hours, or 48 hours, or 2 weeks, or 6 month, but if i now define it, i also have to define it on 5 other computers/partitions where i use rainlender and i'm sure i'll forget it so i just select something else (plus i need it now that the alert is there, not next time).
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#21428
Re:Snooze for x 2 Months, 1 Week ago  
I just made a topic containing this very same request. It seems like the snooze options are unnecessarily difficult. I would much rather have a drop down list or on-the-fly snooze control rather than having to preset times that I may not desire to use for each alarm.
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