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Hourly Chime 2.1.1
by Ai Squared
Hourly Chime plays a tone on the hour, every hour.
Supported Languages: English, Norwegian, Polish
Minimum Version: Window-Eyes 7.0
Release Date: 4/17/2017
Last Update: 4/17/2017
4/17/2017 9:57:39 AM
- Changed all references of GW Micro to Ai Squared
11/17/2010 2:09:20 PM
- Added appropriate entries to the Window-Eyes script menu.
- Updated the script help text.
- Other minor fixes.
6/1/2009 11:57:42 AM
- Using 24-hour time, instead of saying "The time is now hundred," the synthesized voices now say, "The time is now midnight."
- Added Norwegian support.
5/21/2009 10:04:05 AM
- Added an option to control the enhancement of the Date/Time hotkey.
5/18/2009 10:59:21 AM
- Resolved problems of double announcements and speaking the wrong hour.
5/7/2009 2:13:52 PM
- Fixed a problem where the hour could be blank, so the synthesized speech option might say, "The time is now o'clock."
- Tweaked the timer algorithm to avoid double announcements.
11/24/2008 1:08:34 PM
Release Notes for Version 1.71 - 10/15/08
Release Notes for Version 1.7 - 9/21/08
- Added support for the latest GW Toolkit, and added some Polish strings.
Release Notes for Version 1.6 - 6/27/08
- Fixed a problem where the hour announcement was empty when the hour was 12.
Release Notes for Version 1.5 - 6/25/08
- The global timer is now disabled if the hourly chime option is disabled.
- The GW Micro script license has been added, and the script has been signed.
Release Notes for Version 1.4 - 6/5/08
- Added a new chime option that plays a tone based on the hour. So at, say, 5pm, you'll hear 5 "bongs" after the initial chime.
Release Notes for Version 1.3 - 5/27/08
- Added a missing string in the XML.
- Updated the SharedObjects.OnStateChange event to work correctly with the toolkit CheckForUpdates object.
Release Notes for Version 1.2 - 5/27/08
- Added support for 24 hour time
- We now use the SharedObjects.OnStateChange event to track toolkit objects and act accordingly when they load/unload.
- Added more comments
Release Notes for Version 1.1 - 5/25/08
- Added the ability to customize the chime that is played. You can now select from the default chime, a custom wav file, or one of two pre-recorded, synthesized voices (using the AT&T Natural Voices).
Added a test button in the options dialog so that you can review the chime without waiting for the next hour.
Fixed some double-speaking that was occurring in the options dialog.
Added a very liberal amount of comments to the code.
- Filename: hourly_chime.wepm
- Date: 4/17/2017 9:57:39 AM
- Size: 3028.9KB
- Total Downloads: 12918
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Nice toy. Still can occasionally be tripped up. Consisently will announce the previous hour immediately upon coming out of standby. Once repeated both previous and correct hour announcement back to back after I had just checked the time. Announced 0 minutes before next chime and a few seconds later the double announcement.
Hi. I think that the hourly chime version is a great script, however, I have noticed a couple of glitches. I noticed that the hourly chime when set to chime the hour chimed 13 times at one o'clock. I had to use insert-t to make certain my computer's time was set correctly. It is.
I have also noticed that the time when set to a male or female voice would announce the time as follows: At midnight the time is announced "the time is a.m. without the word twelve. I have also heard the time announced with both voices like this. The time is 9:00 am. 8:00 a.m. Has anyone else noticed these glitches?
i don't want to uninstall the script as I like it very much. Thank you.
Yes, remove the "chime will be" from insert t, and lower the volume levels on the default chime, far louder than the others and overrides my WE speaking at full volume.
I would like to have the option of eliminating the announcement stating when the next chime will be, when I use insert T, to check the current time.
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