Indicator Remindor, an Ubuntu appindicator that can be used to schedule reminders or alarms, has been updated to version 12.10.
Indicator Remindor 12.10 comes with a new design for some UI parts like the time, date and command, along with a new option to have a reminder popup dialog window, which you can use to make sure you don't miss any important reminders.
|Indicator Remindor can remind of the events you set using notifications, a popup dialog window, by changing the appindicator icon colour or playing a sound|
Another new feature in the latest Indicator Remindor is an option to change the indicator icon (similar to Ubuntu Messaging Menu behaviour) colour when a notification runs.
Other changes include: more powerful dates (check out the application help for more info) and bug fixes, including the bug that caused the commands feature not to work properly.
Install Indicator Remindor in Ubuntu
The latest Indicator Remindor 12.10 is available in its PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 - add the PPA and install it using the commands below:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bhdouglass/indicator-remindor sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-remindor
Until official builds are released for Ubuntu 12.10, you can manually download the .deb available in the PPA, I've tested it and it should work just fine.
If you encounter bugs, report them @ Launchpad.