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    LookAtMe does MP3s as alarms...it opens an application you define as the alarm. Set it to Pockettunes, tell Pockettunes to autostart on opening...voila.

    Best of all, it's free! Been using it for months on my Treo 600.

    http://www.mv.com/users/wje/pilot.html

    NCTreo600
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    Originally posted by NCTreo600
    LookAtMe does MP3s as alarms...it opens an application you define as the alarm. Set it to Pockettunes, tell Pockettunes to autostart on opening...voila.

    Best of all, it's free! Been using it for months on my Treo 600.

    http://www.mv.com/users/wje/pilot.html

    NCTreo600
    NCTreo600:

    Could you possibly post a step-by-step on how you do this with LookAtMe? I could not get it to work at all. TIA.
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    1. Pockettunes has to be installed.
    2. Install LookAtMe
    3. Open Pockettunes, make sure you have an MP3 selected and paused. This will be the song that plays when the alarm kicks in.
    4. In Pockettunes Advanced Preferences make sure "Start Playing on Start Up" is checked on
    5. In LookAtMe set your alarm. Make sure Pockettunes is selected in the "Application to Launch" drop down. I have "Internal" selected, 1 second, and Silent selected (only options selected or set). I believe this makes the system alarm not sound on the alarm (very annoying sound actually - turn it off ;->)

    That's it...simple as anything...

    Good luck!
    Matt

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