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Postby Apocalypso » 24 May 2008, 22:38


Beeper for S60 3rd Ed - Multifunctional Freeware Utility!

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What does it do? It is really hard to say what the Beeper is because it is the multifunctional application with lot of handy and highly customizable features.

The application itself is similar to Timebar but it has more useful features and completely configurable window which allow you to select where and which information you want to display. Application of course stays resident in memory and continues to update the display in real time.

However, what is most interesting about this application is that everything is under control, bar is completely customizable, fonts, colors, items, everything. You can change the Bar size, Bar position and Bar color. It is the same with the text and application allows you to change the Text style, Text co... ..

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Postby vladn02 » 24 May 2008, 22:43


wow nice.

can i ask where you find this great stuff? your like a book of goodies!!!

installed and the customization is amazing..... thanks for another great find!

dont know if i will use it but i will for sure keep it on my phone :)
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Postby Apocalypso » 24 May 2008, 22:53


I'll have to kill you if I tell you :lol: Just kidding, 4 year of publishing behind, I have pretty good connections, my address book is full of interesting email address and lot of them are even with the nokia.com suffix :P Also I have my own methods for collecting and filtering thousands of news on a daily basis and this is result of the good connections and huge effort that?s all about, hope you got the point ;)

Damian is friend of mine, and friend of Symbian Freak, and all of his application are exclusively available through Symbian Freak, been testing this one for the past ten days, great piece of soft with lot of handy features packed into surprising small applications, Damian is very talented codder there is no doubt . .. . .

Going to sleep now, I need some sleep desperately, CU all tomorrow
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Postby christexaport » 24 May 2008, 22:53


vladn02, Teo has connections, and being this site's administrator has benefits. :-) Once you become more advanced in your web crawling and news seeking, you'll find stuff before anyone else too! :yeah:

If this is anything like Timebar and Pybattery, you'll love it! I'm trying it now!
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Postby christexaport » 24 May 2008, 23:06


:idea: For custom hourly alerts, the previous versions of Timebar came with a few optional hour alert packs, like a female voice, Star Wars based alerts, and others. Also, you can create custom ones with the at&t TrueVoice generator, found here.

:arrow: http://www.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php

Just type in your text, and the site will generate the spoken message in a free downloadable audio file. :samba:
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Postby cf125 » 24 May 2008, 23:28


is there a way to get this program to display time and dtae??
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Postby giodelgado » 25 May 2008, 07:32


how am I supose to install the sounds?
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Postby Apocalypso » 25 May 2008, 09:03


cf125 wrote:is there a way to get this program to display time and dtae??

Not at the moment, but I'll suggest to Damian to implement such an option.
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Postby Apocalypso » 25 May 2008, 09:03


giodelgado wrote:how am I supose to install the sounds?

Just make a folder somwhere on the phone, put 24 sound files inside and load it from the app settings?
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