SNV Timer

SNV Timer

Excellent multicustomizable Timer & Alarm & Clock & Planner & Calendar & Notepad
 
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SNV Timer is an unique application which combines excellent analog Timer & Alarm & Clock & Planner & Calendar & Notepad. Its main features are: ability to execute a great number of tasks in the multiple instances of SNV Timer simultaneously, multicustomizable appearance (colors, fonts, background pictures, size, shape, shadow, appearing speed, etc.) of each instance, six (!) different actions per task. Unique additional ability - specifying an actuation time by simple rotation of the clockface arrows with mouse.
SNV Timer is able to execute the following actions: showing an elegant customizable (background picture, color, font, border, etc.) message box, playing an audio file (including its random selection from any specified folder), showing a picture/video file (including its random selection from any specified folder) in full-screen mode, opening an external application or file or web page, a COM port command (to control external electronic devices), and a modem command (to call a phone number). These actions can be run in any combination, or simultaneously.
In the alarm mode you can specify how often the chosen tasks run: daily, in the chosen days of the week, monthly, or yearly. In the timer mode you can set a number of executions and a time unit: days, hours, minutes, or seconds. The overdue tasks can be run at SNV Timer startup.
Also, SNV Timer includes the integrated customizable applications Calendar and Notepad.
Important: SNV Timer provides the ability to open its own multiple instances simultaneously. Each instance can have its own appearance and tasks. Finally, any instance of SNV Timer can be run at Windows startup (minimized to a tray icon, hidden, or normal). It allows you to use SNV Timer as an original and nice planner.

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