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Take your computer with you anywhere: ready with reminders on your mobile phone, tablet, or even desktop!
Using “QuidNunc Crack Mac” you can set one or more alerts on your mobile phone, tablet, or desktop and customize them. They’ll appear on your computer as standard reminders and if you add an extra slot, they’ll also appear on your smartphone.
You can set an alert with a subject, alarm time, a description of the alert, and a message. The time can be set as A.M./P.M., 24 hour clock, or a custom time. In addition, you can configure an instant notification sound or choose from a selection of sounds.
You can configure the notifications for the mobile phone, tablet, or desktop to see the message just once, to pop-up once, or to repeat daily. You can also configure the alert to disappear after a specified amount of time.
* Simple, easy to use
* Set one or multiple alerts
* Can be used for Windows
* Can be used for Android
* Can be used for iOS
* Set using custom ringtones and notification sounds
* Configure notification to appear on:
– Mobile phone
* Configure notification to repeat daily:
– Mobile phone
* Click on the target time
* Configure a message to be shown:
– Mobile phone
* Can add a shortcut to ‘Startup’ to have reminder alerts enabled any time
* Can add a shortcut to ‘Startup’ to automatically open the app any time
* Has a small memory usage and a quick start up time
* Uses less battery power than other apps
* Uses less memory than other apps
* Uses less cpu than other apps
* No registration required
* Very easy to use
= Show Notification =
= Initialize Warnings =
= Show Main Window =
When the application is launched, there will be a message asking the user to set the time for the application to start – once the time has been set, the application will open.
You can then set the alarms you want in the following order:
Mobile Phone > Tablets > Desktop
To exit, the application will attempt to close all windows and notifications will be discarded.
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Desktop – Exit:
Desktop – Start App:
Desktop – Initialize Warnings
QuidNunc saves time and money. You can use automatic timed entry to avoid security staff, authorities and airline staff at the check-in counters at airports. With an employee badge you can easily access almost all important information such as your flight status, departure gate and your company or travel destination.
It is a simple one-stop solution for you to take control of everything.
DeRocheria is a genus of lichenized fungi in the family Graphidaceae. The name of the genus refers to the French lichenologist Louis de Rocher. Asexual states (mycelia) of the genus occur in the families Phaeomarasmius (Peters) Wartn. & Loesb. (Cystocoleaceae), Cetraria (Cetrariaceae) and Graphis (Porpomycetaceae). The monotypic genus Porotrachys is often considered synonymous with DeRocheria. However, as of 2015, the morphology of Porotrachys is unknown.
The first specimens of this lichenized fungus were found by de Rocher in 1931 in a thallus of Porotrachys taxiformis (Gilb.) Andres in Wart. & Loesb. This species is a member of the subsection Coronatae of the genus Graphis. In addition, this lichenized fungus was originally described in the genus Cetraria in 1939 by E. Sylvester Booth, with the name Cetraria diluta Aladin. In his opinion, the species resembled subgenus Cetraria (Lecanora) of the genus Lecanora. However, Lecanora has a wider circumscription, and Cetraria is synonymous with Graphis in current circumscription. The species was transferred to DeRocheria in 2015.
The genus DeRocheria was described as new in 2015, based on molecular phylogenetic studies. The original protologue included three species, Porotrachys taxiformis (Gilb.) Wart., DeRocheria imbricata (Lloyd) Nyl., and DeRocheria picta (Ball) Loesener. Other species were transferred into the genus in the same year.
The section Coronatae of the genus Graphis contains
QuidNunc allows you to create and manage simple reminder alerts on your Mac.It can schedule alerts for the length of time you want to remember the alert. You can set alerts in one of the following two ways:
Set up a reminder alert when a specific date & time, or a specific place arrives
Set up a time and date reminder alert which will occur at a specific date & time, or on a specific day or month.
You can set alert reminders, to remind you of almost anything. From setting an alert for yourself or a friend, to setting up an alert to alert you that you have an appointment. You can even setup an alarm reminder, to remind you of when your alarm clock goes off, or remind you that you need to take medication, or remind you that your car needs servicing.
You can set up alerts to remind you when a specific time, place, or a duration of time elapses.
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You can set up special buttons, to add to the top of the window. This allows you to make the alert window contain only the information you need. This would allow you to see your alert, and ignore any other dialog boxes you may have.
You can set an alert for when a date matches a specific value. For example, you can have an alert set to remind you when your birthday arrives.
Alerts to Tasks
You can have alerts for tasks you need to do. For example, you can set an alert on your e-mail to remind you to respond to an e-mail.
You can log events for easy retrieval at a later date.
Alerts to Time
You can set alerts for when a specific time arrives. This would allow you to have an alert set for you to remember to eat breakfast, or have a telephone reminder when you leave the house.
You can set specific data to be logged, such as temperature, date, or time. You can log up to 100 events.
You can have reminders to be set for whenever a set of criteria are met. For example, if you are meeting someone at 8:00, and he arrives at 7:40, you can set an alert to remind you that you need to leave. This would allow you to have an alert set for you to go get the kids, or drive them to a sports club.
Your daily schedule is surely crowded, and chances are you’re sure to forget about some of them. This can lead to some serious problems, but you can easily set up reminders. This is exactly the purpose of QuidNunc, fitted with multiple alarm slots which only need a one-time configuration, alerting you on a daily basis.
Perks of portability
One of the application’s core advantages is that it saves you a great deal of effort, because it’s not bundled inside an installer and can thus be used from the moment download is done. As such, it can easily be carried around on a thumb drive to be able to have all reminders with you, regardless of the computer you’re working on.
There aren’t any alerts configured by default, and the main window clearly states how to start adding them. Bringing up the creation panel lets you set all of them by simply writing down the target hour, as well as a description for the reminder. Clock format can either be AM/PM, or in 24-hour format.
Good, but far from being a pro
Unfortunately, there are only five alarm slots at your disposal, so you need to decide which is more important and which to discard. What’s more, audio alerts use built-in sound, and there isn’t any possibility to use your own files, with a high chance that you don’t hear it if you’re not really paying attention.
However, a large window shows up when the time comes. It displays the event due time, your message, as well as the system current time to let you know if and how late you are. Sadly, the application can’t be made to run with Windows by default, but you can bypass this by adding a shortcut in the system Startup folder to have alarms ready.
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Taking everything into consideration, we can state that QuidNunc comes with good intentions, but is a little underprepared to fulfill its role as a powerful reminder system. All alerts are discarded on exit, with only up to five available slots to use.Q:
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