Alarm++ lets you set the number of seconds that it should wait after resuming from sleep until it handles any events. I’ve fixed an issue that occurred on a number of Windows machines to eliminate this delay.
Alarm++ 8.0.11 fixes an issue with time-restriction settings. This issue occurred when an alarm used time-restriction settings and the time range spans midnight.
I have released Aligner 3.0.1, which adds support for additional file types. You may notice some coloring artifacts when it draws your wallpaper in the window, but they’re harmless. For now, I’ve removed the Aligner Control Panel extension.
If you install Timekeeper on Windows 7 64-bit, Windows will display a compatibility warning. The correct 64-bit Timekeeper is still installed, so it’s safe to ignore this warning. I plan to investigate the cause of this warning sometime, but it has a lower priority because it seems to be innocuous. Please let me know if you see any compatibility issues with Timekeeper on 64-bit Windows.
I’ve released Timekeeper 1.44.0. This version has no new features. I’ve updated the installer to better support 64-bit Windows. If you have any issues, please use the Support page to let me know.
I’ve re-designed the Web site to make it easier to use (good for you) and easier to manage (good for me). If something doesn’t work as expected, please let me know. In the meantime, however, you can still access the previous version of the site.
If you subscribe to the 12noon mailing list, you will receive one final e-mail at that address notifying you of the change. You can sign up for updates on the new 12noon.com home page.
Display Changer 4.3.2 has been released. I don’t know how this went unnoticed for so long, but the -top and -bottom switches should actually have been documented as -above and -below. I’ve corrected the documentation and updated DC so that all four of those switches work.