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Created May 20, 2009
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A Firefox Ubiquity command for Very basic atm... type "sleep <alarm time>. Eg: sleep 630am or sleep 630pm... More features to come. PS: Ubiquity is a Firefox extension from Mozilla Labs. You would have to install the extension to be able to use
/* Ubiquity command for ...My first script! Thanks to */
name: "sleep",
homepage: "",
author: {name: "Aravind Kumar", email: ""},
license: "GPL",
description: "Create an alarm using",
help: "Type sleep followed by the time you want the alarm. For eg, to set an alarm at 6:30am, type 'sleep 630am'. To set an alarm at 6:30p.m, type 'sleep 630pm'.",
takes: {"Alarm time": /.*/},
preview: function(pblock, input) {
pblock.innerHTML = "Set alarm at " + input.text + "</b>.";
execute: function(input) {
displayMessage("Alarm set at " + input.text);
Utils.openUrlInBrowser("" + input.text);
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