Clock Settings

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Settings page for the Jolla clock, which allows changing volume and snooze interval for the clock alarm. The default interval (5 min) was too short for me. Some people don't like the default alarm volume. Doesn't affect calendar alarms.

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  • 1.0.6 - Spanish translations
  • 1.0.5 - Swedish translations
  • 1.0.4 - Dutch and Hungarian translations
  • 1.0.3 - French translations
  • 1.0.2 - Polish translations
  • 1.0.1 - Allow to configure alarm volume
  • 1.0.0 - Initial release


bomo's picture

Thanks so much for this! What would be awesome: adjustable snooze intervals for calendar events

Mrkvicka's picture

This was really needed, thank you!

TamarindoJuice's picture

transifex link please

slava's picture

If by transifex you mean where prices start with $1668/year ($179/mo if billed monthly) then no link, sorry :)

martonmiklos's picture

FYI: transifex is free for open source projects. And I think this plugin fits the open source project definition :D

slava's picture

Hmm... I'll think about it then.

martonmiklos's picture

Well if my opinion counts I would put the effor of transifexization to pushingi t upstream and then we could handle the translations where we should: the pootle of the Jolla.

slava's picture

That's what I'm hoping for, too!

tmi's picture

I didn't even remember I already had Snooze Adjuster installed as I wondered why my snooze interval is definitely more than 5 min. However, Clock Settings features also volume adjustment which might come handy. Thanks!

pamoedo's picture

Thanks for this great solution for such a pain that it was the default alarm volume in the mornings. Much appreciated!

Jolla team, take note please.

Sthocs's picture

Slava is from the Jolla team ;)
Well, I was waiting for it to be officially put in the OS, but with the Xperia the alarm volume is indeed really a pain so I give up, I won't wait another 4 year and I'm installing it ^^. Thanks!

slava's picture

Yeah, I keep pushing it but I'm not the one making the UI decisions at Jolla. It's not that someone is against it, it's more like the case of too much work being done by too few people. Things like this keep on being pushed back to the end of the queue.

DarkTuring's picture

<p>Is it possible to wrap Calendar Volume into the clock settings app, you could expand it to be SFOS volume settings app instead?</p>

As you can see from the other comments volume control in SFOS is lacking and you might be best equipped to fix it in the short term 8). Also if you have a flattr, paypal account for donations post it here.

slava's picture

Another solution could be to create settings plugin for the calandar app. It doesn't seem to have one at the moment. I'm not a big fan of creating multiple standalone settings apps. The settings app already comes with Sailfish OS and that should be enough.

The downside of creating settings plugins is of course that at some point they may start conflicting with the built-in plugins.

subeditor's picture

One more nice feature to develop: setting of alarm duration. Now it sounds about a minute, no matter how long is the track you set as alarm.

slava's picture

I'm afraid it's hardcoded here (in seconds):

Not entirely sure though, timed sources are hard for me to understand .

spidernik84's picture

Thank you SO much. I've been wishing for such a feature for two years, since Jolla totally ignored the request!

Ingvix's picture

Do you know if it'd be possible to assign own alarm sound for timer rather than using the default clock alarm sound? It'd be nice to have different sound for wake up alarm and timer.

slava's picture

I don't think so. According to /usr/share/jolla-alarm-ui/pages/AlarmDialogBase.qml alarm UI supports only two kinds of alarm feedback - "calendar" and "clock". That's it.

Ingvix's picture

That's a shame then. I hope they separate the wake up and timer alarm in some future update like it use to be.

hoodlum's picture

Write a new request on
[feature-request] separate the wake up and timer alarm .....

hoodlum's picture

configure alarm volume - nice!!!