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xbmc-alarm-clock

The add-on provides five individual alarms for XBMC playing either a file
or an URL on repeat.

Features

  • Up to five individual alarms
  • Scheduling for a week day, every day or Monday to Friday
  • Plays either a file or a custom path may be set which may point to any
    media type supported by XBMC including for example web radio URLs

Notes

  • If the duration is over, XBMC will stop playing regardless of what is
    being played at the moment. This means a) alarm 1 could disable
    alarm 2 if alarm 2 starts before alarm 1 start time plus duration 1
    is over and b) it may stop something you were playing intentionally
    in the meantime.
  • The overflow over to the next day is not considered. You should make
    sure the start time of any alarm plus its duration is before 0:00.

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