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Simple Alarm Clock
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Nov 27, 2013 @ 7:19am
Jan 23 @ 6:01am
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Description
Simple clock with alarm feature, based on Steve's Simple Clock and bc1's Enhanced UI DLC.
Displays time in middle of screen, just under top panel.
Allows setting of alarm which pops up a dialog at the chosen time,
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Phoenix Jun 23 @ 12:49pm 
Nice
-=NC=-  [author] Jan 23 @ 6:02am 
I've figured out what I was doing wrong and everything seems to be okay now. I only tested it once though, so if anyone has issues, please say so.
Jaii der Herr Jan 23 @ 1:20am 
If you change it, I can use it with my MP Mod manager. Not sure what Custom entry points are for. Therfor I won't enable them in my Mod Manager until i figure out.
-=NC=-  [author] Jan 22 @ 6:01pm 
Probably just leftover from when I was confused trying to figure out how to include a file into another file as a luacontext.
Jaii der Herr Jan 22 @ 5:42am 
What's the reason AlarmQuitBox.xml is registered as Custom EntryPoint?
Force2reckon Dec 23, 2013 @ 5:15pm 
That actually sounds really good, me I worked security for awhile and had family in the military so a 24 hour clock is fine to me, but my friends had a little difficulty. Would it be possible to do like pull down alarms but still allow you to manually enter it if you want? That way someone like me can just pop the numbers he wants in but more normal people can find the time they want in the list?
DarknautXXX Dec 20, 2013 @ 4:11am 
Thanks :)
Infestblair Dec 19, 2013 @ 6:33pm 
Thank you Author. :)
-=NC=-  [author] Dec 18, 2013 @ 4:29am 
Once you subscribe to a mod, you have to play a mod game. You select mods from the ingame front menu, accept the eula, then checkmark beside what mods you want to use, hit next, then start a singleplayer game as usual.
DarknautXXX Dec 15, 2013 @ 8:17am 
The clock hasn't showed up. Is there anything additional that needs to be done within or outside the game to get it to work, like a box that needs to be checked somewhere, or anything more than just downloading the mod?

sorry for being a noob, this is the first time I used workshop items :P