iTunes Music Alarm Clock
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iTunes Music Alarm Clock is a stay-open AppleScript that transforms iTunes into a music alarm and has an extended functionality from the bundled file track management tools.
What's New
Version 7.5.1 is all about a minimalist but functional window to iTunes, complete with playback control, playlist and track selection and other features, working in tandem with the bundled tools. Refer to the ReadMe-7.5 for details.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later, iTunes 4.6 or later (May not work on Mac OS systems earlier than 10.3 and iTunes 4.6)






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jnuneziglesias tipped on 23 Feb 2006
Since everyone seems to be having so much trouble with this app, try out iRooster, at http://www.sixdollarchimp.com. Super-easy to use, works like a charm.

Otherwise, it's not too difficult to write a little applet using Automator, and set iCal to open it on an event. I will post my own .workflow file at a later date. (it fades in the volume, which is really nice. =)

(I am not the developer of iRooster btw, I was writing an email to my friends about my Automator workflow and iRooster was one of the Gmail ads -- handy!)
[Version 7.5.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 06 Jun 2005
Wow. This is by far the worst application i have ever seen in my life. It is so bad, that i made it a point to come here and write this.

Do not download this. It is the most confusing, unintuitive, disorganized application that i have ever seen in my entire computing career.

The developer of this application should just stop using computers completely.
[Version 7.5.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Feb 2005
I have not downloaded this app - BUT I want to point out that I never see such positive and friendly feedback from developers! Don't know how your app works bud, but you are top notch!
[Version 7.4]

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Anonymous commented on 14 Feb 2005
Thanks buddy. I just love to be of service to a great many fans of the good old Mac. I have been one since its birth and still will be for years to come.

Good luck and I hope you will find good use for iT-MAC if you ever find the need to download it.

Many thanks once more for your comment.
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PezUnion2004 commented on 04 Jan 2005
thanks for the ical hint whoever that was.
[Version 7.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Jan 2005
if u like problems, download it ! really
[Version 7.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 17 Dec 2004
Instead of paying $10 to developer, try this:

create new event in iCal, set the preferences in Info window (start/end of alarm period, repeat/end frequency, type of alarm, reference calendar),
and keep iCal open all the time (make it startup item).
[Version 7.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 17 Dec 2004
this software keeps crashing my G4 867 when booting up. It's a shame because this would have been handy.
[Version 7.0]


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L008com reviewed on 06 Dec 2004
Its an applescript. Not an AppleSCript Studio app, no, a regular old applescript with a "dialog after dialog" based GUI. Pass on this one.
[Version 6.5]

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Anonymous commented on 06 Dec 2004
Thanks for your comment and rating, John.

This script is strictly for AppleScript lovers. I haven't mastered AppleScript Studio to give it that professional GUI, courtesy of AS Studio Cocoa underpinning.

However, I am indeed thinking to give this nice GUI in the future but not now. The best I could do is integrate some nice AS Studio applets, like the Progress Bar, into iT-MAC to breathe some life into its GUI. Else, all GUI is basically AppleScript and as you already know, this can only be done through a series of interactive dialog boxes. If you know of better ways to do it in AppleScript, without using a commercial OSAX, I would be your first customer.
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Anonymous commented on 08 Dec 2004
Question, John.

Is there such a thing as a regular new AppleScript that is any different from the regular old AppleScript that you described iT-MAC 6.5 as?

I am just wondering whether I am missing the boat here. I thought I am hitting on all new cylinders as far as AppleScript, Script Editor, etc are concerned.

Romy Opena
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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Nov 2004
Ok, I installed it and set it up to wake me up tomorrow BUT, and it's a MAJOR BUT...

I keep on getting a pop up (every minute) : "computer now in use. The script is idling now. Just waiting to activate itunes when the alarm time comes. BYE"

What's up with that??

system: 10.3.4
itunes 4.6
[Version 6.1.5]

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Anonymous commented on 16 Nov 2004
Reply to Caroline:

Are you talking about the iCal-iT Just Music Alarm or iT-MAC? There is a major problem with scripting iCal and I keep getting into trouble with that. That's why I have posted a "Please don't download this script" because of such problem.

My iT-MAC works alright...but I will double check. Please try to download another copy...after protection was removed.
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Anonymous commented on 22 Nov 2004
Caroline,

I hope iT-MAC works for you now. Don't worry about that pop-up dialog. It disappears on its own and just installed there to let other potential would-be sneak users of your computer that it is busy working for you. Important thing is if it did the job to wake you up at your appointed time. I hope it did!
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Anonymous reviewed on 29 Sep 2004
Here's an update for all of you. The freeware release of that idler script which controls iTunes and iCal to create a music alarm is now out. Check it out at macupdate.com

Enjoy the script!
[Version 6.0.1]


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Vhtt had trouble on 20 Aug 2004
Liked iTMAC a lot since version 2.5, but in this latest update, the script wouldn't work :( when I launched it I got two errors. First:
"Can't set visible of window 1 to true". Then, immediately, it says "The variable preferred_Task is not defined".

Not being applescript-savvy I don't know where to begin figuring out what went wrong. Version 4.0 worked beautifully for me, but now I can't seem to download it anywhere.

I'm on 10.3.5, iTunes 4.6.
[Version 5.0]


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Downloads:31,964
Version Downloads:18,486
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:10 Mar 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iTunes Music Alarm Clock is a stay-open AppleScript that transforms iTunes into a music alarm and has an extended functionality from the bundled file track management tools.


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