Easy MP3 Alarm Clock

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    "Bad programming"

    March 14, 2008  |   By frankiedenton


    It doesn't crash my system


    When you select what time you are going to wake up, it doesn't give the option of AM or PM. So if you are thinking (24 hr) you are wrong. I selected 4:00:00 to wake up, and it converted that to 16:00:00. Why would it make that assumption? It's the perfect alarm clock for someone who has no responsibilities to be anywhere on time.

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  • Reply by DynV on September 16, 2008

    I agree the settings should mention that but look at the status bar for the time set. 25 hours format is pretty simple : for PM time add 12:00 to it ; the majority of the western world use it, so can you.

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