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    #41  
    My Sound preferences in Preference is all set to off. I suspect this has something to do with PhoneTechnician's Call/SMS ringtones control. Maybe that is why TreoMute does not work for me.

    Maybe others with PhoneTechnician, Butler & Agendus may want to comment.
  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    That being said, there is nothing in TreoMute that is malicious to the operation of the Treo. You just need to select the correct key combinations that work for you, with your combinations of key presses. For example some keys don't activate TreoMute in ChatterEmail, some others don't work in ScrBtn. I've selected a combination that works for me (i.e., launches TreoMute) in most of my Treo apps.
    I was having this issue before you posted this and settled on "shift + menu" as my combination of choice. So far it has been working within every app I've tested (still more to go). Thought I would post in case it might help someone else settle on a good combo.

    Now, I'm ready to buy it! So, quit messin' around and charge me already .

    For me this has quickly become a "can't live without app."

    duke
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    Quote Originally Posted by duke duke View Post
    I was having this issue before you posted this and settled on "shift + menu" as my combination of choice.
    "Shift-menu" is my choice as well... what have the others got?

    Oh... you can get it at, thanks duke duke: http://www.swCP3.com/TreoMute/TreoMute_User_Manual.html

    - mvk
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    Thanks! Just did it.

    duke
  5.    #45  
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    "Shift-menu" is my choice as well... what have the others got?
    I'm using option-left. So far it works perfectly for me.

    Marc
  6.    #46  
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    Uploaded v1.2
    I really like the additional line in the display indicating the time when sounds will come back on. Nice work!

    Marc
  7. #47  
    Quote Originally Posted by mfield View Post
    I really like the additional line in the display indicating the time when sounds will come back on.
    I can guess exactly what you guys would want... - mvk
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    #48  
    Quote Originally Posted by TRgEOff View Post
    My only request would be at least one other time point between 1hr and two hours.
    Just downloaded the latest version - thanks for adding in the 1.5h timepoint! Other revisions work well too.

    cheers
    geoff

    Treo 650 1.20 LAP.
  9.    #49  
    GreenHex, are Calendar and Messaging muting implemented in the current version?

    Marc
  10. #50  
    Quote Originally Posted by mfield View Post
    GreenHex, are Calendar and Messaging muting implemented in the current version?

    Marc
    No... Not yet... it's all too boring.

    But considering that I've provided the option (and made it visible) I think I should do it expeditiously...

    - mvk
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    Messaging & Calendar stuff done in v1.3...

    TreoWink is freeware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    Messaging & Calendar stuff done in v1.3...

    TreoWink is freeware.

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    Hex, I want my money back. It took you no time to update to this version. (kidding)

    Thanks for the update!

    duke
  13.    #53  
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    But considering that I've provided the option (and made it visible) I think I should do it expeditiously...
    Messaging & Calendar stuff done in v1.3...
    Well, I'd say that was expeditious! Thanks!

    TreoWink is freeware.
    What is TreoWink?

    Marc
  14. #54  
    Hex,

    TreoWink is nice! I can't even begin to count how many times I've been reading a document (like say in DTG) and my Treo would turn off because of auto shutdown settings. Now I can force it to stay on with TreoWink. And I especially like the safety you put in when changing apps. Much needed for knuckleheads like me.

    Again, very nice and thank you!!

    duke
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfield View Post
    What is TreoWink?
    http://www.swCP3.com/TreoWink/TreoWink.GIF

    Keep you Treo ON for a Specified Time...

    See: http://www.swCP3.com/TreoWink/TreoWink_User_Manual.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by duke duke View Post
    I can't even begin to count how many times I've been reading a document (like say in DTG) and my Treo would turn off because of auto shutdown settings. Now I can force it to stay on with TreoWink.
    Thanks... I used to use "TreoMax" (freeware) by Stephen Goh before I wrote this... TreoMax worked flawlessly, but had other functionality that I did not use.

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    Last edited by GreenHex; 04/02/2007 at 12:40 PM.
  17. #57  
    Where can I buy a key for TreoMute?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MH01 View Post
    Where can I buy a key for TreoMute?
    Hi!

    Just follow this link:

    http://www.swcp3.com/TreoMute/TreoMute_User_Manual.html

    ...and go right near the end to "Purchase" for the PayPal link... Be sure to mail (or PM) me your device HSSN (HandSpring Serial Number).

    Thanks...

    - mvk

    PS: For now, I am not putting this up for sale at other software sites.
    Game over!
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    Greenhex, assuming that one has checked all alarm types in TreoMute, should it be able to silence all alarms, regardless of source? I use Butler's Attention Grabber function, which plays an MP3 alarm if I miss an alert (DateBk6, Mail, Messaging, Missed Call, VoiceMail, etc); TM does not silence it, even if it was able to silence the original DateBk6 alarm.

    As to DateBk6, TM didn't silence two alarms this morning. The second one was a test, but I haven't been able to reproduce the failure since. If I figure out the exact scenario, I'll let you know.

    I'm using an unlocked Treo 680.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    Greenhex, assuming that one has checked all alarm types in TreoMute, should it be able to silence all alarms, regardless of source?
    That is correct, TreoMute sets all Treo sound volumes to zero (in system preferences), and sets them back to what it was on cancelling TreoMute.

    However, the API is such that any application may choose to use a sound volume level not set in the preferences i.e., the application has complete control of the sound volume (for any sound source). To use the preferences settings, an application has to explicitly read the setting and use it. I suppose well-behaved applications do use the system preferences.

    On the other hand, some applications are written to make it so that you do not miss an alert (irrespective of the system settings) and may use their own volume level. This even applies to stuff like vibration and LED blinking/ colour. i.e. override the system preferences setting.

    You can check this by enabling/ disabling TreoMute and viewing the Treo System Sound Preferences.

    - mvk
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