N/APosted on - 03/07/2013
I have a 27" iMac with 3.2 GHz Intel Quad Core i5, 8 GB DDR3 RAM, 1 TB HDD and running on OSx Mountain Lion. I have iCal 4.0 that runs a script to my iTunes for the alarm. I can't seem to stop the script for the alarm. How does script stop iTunes iCal?
How does Script stop itunes ical?
Luckily OSX comes with excellent built-in tools. Good luck with that. Let’s come to the point. Actually there is no such way to stop the alarm clock. What you can do at best is- you can change the options. Suppose, if you want to wake up at 7 a.m.In the morning every day in a week except weekend, you can set the alarm like M T W T F S. If you do not want the alarm to play the song or just to shut down, all you have to do is set the alarm in 0 volumes or set time and date for Sunday 7 p. m. And trust me it won’t bother you that time.
Or just let me tell you the other way, if your computer is off, your alarm won’t make any sound until you have turned on the computer.
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