bqz69 at telia.com
Wed Nov 14 16:43:43 UTC 2007
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 16.51.17 Adam Fabian wrote:
> If you click "options" in the main window, you can run a command when
> popping up a reminder, and / or give pipe the output to another
> command. So you could use something like:
> mplayer -ao esd /home/blah/alarm.wav
> for the command. I just tried that, and it worked fine. I wonder if
> I could loop it and if the command would terminate when I dismissed
> the dialog....
> Anyway, good luck.
This does not work for me.
Tried to open "Options" and insertet "kate /home/user1/remind.text" (just a
text file) - 1 reminders queued, but I still get no alarm, although the alarm
seems to have worked, when I opened gtremind to check (0 reminders queued).
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