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Schedule Alarms Or Reminders Under GNOME Shell With Remindor Shell

Indicator Remindor, an application that can be used to schedule alarms or reminders has been updated to version 12.12, getting some new features and GNOME Shell support.Indicator Remindor can remind you of various events using notifications, a popup window (so you don’t miss the reminders), it can change the AppIndicator icon, can play a sound and everything is highly configurable.Indicator Remindor 12.12 changes:specify dates relating to Christmas, for example: “every day from today to christmas”specify AppIndicator icon: light, dark or the original app icon”Inserts”, a new option to add various data to your notes, like the current time, etc.There’s also a new Remindor GNOME Shell extension that supports GNOME Shell 3.6 and 3.4:Indicator Remindor main UI and GNOME Shell extension (the UI colors can be changed)The extension is currently in beta and it adds the Indicator Remindor icon on the top GNOME Shell bar, which you can use add normal or quick reminders, stop all reminder sounds or manage reminders. Since using this GNOME Shell extension, you won’t be needing the AppIndicator icon to show up in the Message Tray, you can disable it from the Indicator Remindor preferences: Edit > Preferences > Interface and set Hide Indicator to ON.If later

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