__/ [ phk ] on Monday 01 May 2006 02:35 \__
> In article <1146407690.216659.243590@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> casioculture@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>What freeware would give me an alarm or alert every 1 or 2 minutes and
>>would go on without requiring me to respond to it?
> Big Clock seems to have a "loop| setting which might do what you want.
> Pam @ Home
I have just taken a look. It's possible to compose alarms (sounds) and repeat
a sequence a number of times, but it doesn't seem like looping with minutes
apart is a possibility. I may be using too old a version of this software.
Ah! I think I found it. In Timer, one can snooze X times, Y minutes apart.
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