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Last Post by Stoned_coder
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It does it's job, which is important. I do have some suggestions however.

  • Make it easier for a person to input the time.
    • Do a series of dropdowns
    • Allow for the seconds to be optional. If the seconds aren't input, have the program assume 00.
    • Use a control specially designed for time input
  • Make the time in the label automatically update each second. You can use a timer control to do that.
  • Get rid of the color change on rollover. It doesn't look professional and doesn't achieve anything beyond "look what I did".
  • The Transparent button also doesn't do much. If the window stayed on top, allowed for the creation and maintenance of multiple alarms, and provided information about the alarms, I could see having the ability to turn the window transparent as a feature. As is, the usefulness of that is nil.
  • Having the window disappear and only being able to cancel the alarm by using the Task Manager isn't a very good design. You might want to put a bit of research into how to put the program in the systray so that it can be accessed from there after an alarm is made.
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