'Use Default Settings' link will restore the alarm clock to the default settings, and then redraw it. Use 'Hide Settings' link to hide the settings.
Adjusts Current Time back or forward one hour. Use this to adjust the alarm clock when your PC's time does not match current time due to a time zone difference or daylight saving change.
Sets alarm clock background color to black, or white when unchecked.
Adds seconds to the current time display format.
Blinks the colon, once per second. Let's you know alarm clock is running when seconds are not visible. This option has no affect when seconds are shown.
Sets the alarm clock's title. If blank, the default title will be shown. Press the 'Enter' key, or click your mouse outside of the Title textbox, to update your alarm clock with the new title entered.
Also see No Tag option below.
Turns on/off the tagline text under the alarm clock title.
Sets time format that will be displayed. Time formats are ( 10:00PM 10:00pm 10:00 22:00 and 2200 ). See Seconds option above to add seconds to
any of these time formats.
Sets alarm clock text color.
Sets alarm clock text size.
Sets alarm clock text font.
If selected font is not on your computer, alarm clock will use a Serif, Sans-Serif, or Monospace font, depending on the default for the selected font.
Sets alarm clock text width to be Bold or Normal.
Sets alarm clock text Drop Shadow or not.
This option only works in the newer versions of FireFox, Chrome and Safari. It does not work in Internet Explorer.
Alarm / Time Points
Use the 8 Time Points to trigger alarms and/or change the display color. Click the 'Alarms' link to the view the Alarm / Time Points area. It looks like this . . .
No Alarm / Time Point changes are saved until you click the 'Save' button beneath them. Use 'Clear' link to clear out all Time Points. Use 'Hide' link to hide Alarm / Time Points.
Alarm* / Time Point Fields
Time Point time. Time values can be entered in any format ( 9 1pm 745 2330 10:15 8:14AM ), but all time values entered are converted to the standard 12-hour AM/PM time format when the Alarm /
Time Points are saved.
Color of the time display when the Time Point is reached. Select first color selection for no color change. If no Time Point color is selected, the color from the previous Time Point will be used, or if none, the default
display time color will be used.
Alarm sound to be played when the Time Point is reached. Select first sound selection for no alarm sound.
Number of times the alarm sound is to be played. Use 'Try and Stop' links to hear the sound.
NOTE: The alarm sound may not cycles in an older browser that is not Internet Explorer. If cycles is set to 2, and it sounds twice, when the 'Try' link is clicked, the Cycles is working. If it sounds once,
it is not.
Lets you try the sounds.
No browser plug-in is needed to hear the alarm sounds in newer HTML5 browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari), or in any version of Internet Explorer. If you are using an older browser that is not Internet Explorer, you
may need to install Apple's QuickTime Player plug-in to hear the alarm sounds.
Our Alarm Clock has our highest level of accuracy (Level 3). Each second the alarm clock checks itself and makes adjustments as needed. But with that said, the accuracy and limitations of each computer will
affect the accuracy of the alarm clock.
Most computer's internal clocks are relatively accurate, but they can drift a few seconds a day, and we have no control over this. It is up to you ascertain the accuracy and precision of your computer's parts and our
Alarm Clock on your PC. In the event your computer is accurate to your satisfaction, we still do not guarantee that our alarm clock will be accurate, or that our code is bug free or virus free.
Additional Help / Suggestions
Our Alarm Clock is provided as a free online service, so we make no promises in regard to additional help. But, with that said, if you have a question or suggestion, email us at .