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    Does anyone else not like where the alarm icon-active notification appears at the bottom of the screen, it shrinks the cards. I know other icons shrink the cards as well, but this one really bugs me.

    Has someone started to work on a patch to move this and other icon notifications to the top?
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    You can just swipe it away.

    Tap it, then swipe. The alarm will still be active
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    Wow! Like that, never thought to try. Still would be nice to have on top as I use it as my alarm clock nightly. I do travel a lot and always paranoid if it is on. I can live with it this way, just a personal preference to have it up top if possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aezrilov View Post
    Wow! Like that, never thought to try. Still would be nice to have on top as I use it as my alarm clock nightly. I do travel a lot and always paranoid if it is on. I can live with it this way, just a personal preference to have it up top if possible.
    I highly suggest you look up time-piece in the App Catalog if you travel a lot. It is by far the best phone-alarm clock I have ever used.
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    If you go to preferences of clock NOT alarm then type in 4231 (using the orange key), the phone should vibrate and give a tone and you won't see the notification again. To reverse, repeat.
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    i just now saw this thread after i posted a patch request to put an alarm icon in the top bar.. i'm the same as you.. i need to see an icon.. i just don't like it's default location
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbode View Post
    If you go to preferences of clock NOT alarm then type in 4231 (using the orange key), the phone should vibrate and give a tone and you won't see the notification again. To reverse, repeat.
    interesting! thank you for the tip.

    BTW: where did you got this information from?
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    These forums somewhere. Can't find the original post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbode View Post
    These forums somewhere. Can't find the original post.
    Here

    Very nice to have as this would bug me too. I was always scared that if I swiped it away the alarm would not go off.

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