Screencast #3 – Quicksilver Timers and Alarms

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This is my third screencast. This one explains how to set alarms and timers with Quicksilver so it will appear in large text on your screen or play a song from iTunes. This screencast is in high definition format. The version that goes up on the iTunes feed will be in the iPod format. It is best viewed if you download first.

 

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5 Comments Screencast #3 – Quicksilver Timers and Alarms

  1. pulleman@gmail.com

    Nice tip.

    However this works only if you do not change the default action of text input course. My default action is add to iGTD. 🙂 This means that after some time it gets auto added to iGTD 🙂

    In this case you need an extra selection before hitting the control-enter.

    Reply
  2. pulleman@gmail.com

    Nice tip.

    However this works only if you do not change the default action of text input course. My default action is add to iGTD. 🙂 This means that after some time it gets auto added to iGTD 🙂

    In this case you need an extra selection before hitting the control-enter.

    Reply
  3. pulleman@gmail.com

    Nice tip.

    However this works only if you do not change the default action of text input course. My default action is add to iGTD. 🙂 This means that after some time it gets auto added to iGTD 🙂

    In this case you need an extra selection before hitting the control-enter.

    Reply
  4. pulleman@gmail.com

    Nice tip.

    However this works only if you do not change the default action of text input course. My default action is add to iGTD. 🙂 This means that after some time it gets auto added to iGTD 🙂

    In this case you need an extra selection before hitting the control-enter.

    Reply
  5. pulleman@gmail.com

    Nice tip.

    However this works only if you do not change the default action of text input course. My default action is add to iGTD. 🙂 This means that after some time it gets auto added to iGTD 🙂

    In this case you need an extra selection before hitting the control-enter.

    Reply

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