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russemi
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Question How do I program the LED?

How do I use the LED as an alarm (like when you charge it from the cradle) or as a power on indicator?

Thanks

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EJSHUMAK
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Enter the datebook or datebook+ application--
Open the menu
Go to options---(left side)
go to alarm preferences
Select silent and the duration desired

Or --
From inside the datebook or datebook+ application--
Use
2
and make the selection(s) desired

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na2rboy
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Datebk5

Is there any way to make this work with other programs, namely datebk5?

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EJSHUMAK
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I have never used datebook 5--

If datebook five goes through the alarm system through software hooks--Then the prefs you set in the OS datebook should apply under the shell program (Datebook-5)

BUT

If datebook5 addresses the OS directly then the alarms would work as set is datebook5 and you may not be able to use the Flash--

Look around in the preferences (Inside datebook5) and see if there is a silimar selection offered--

Also--E-mail the Software publisher of datebook-5---It will probably take a coupl'a days--but companies usually get back with the info---They may even give you a patch if it doesn't address it in your current version--

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russemi
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I thank you for the information, but I need to know how to program the LED (as a HACK?) to both be an alarm and a power-on indicator.

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