Commit 417e07d1 authored by David Jarvie's avatar David Jarvie
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System tray documentation updates

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<date>2020-06-18</date>
<date>2020-06-20</date>
<releaseinfo>3.0.0 (Applications 20.08)</releaseinfo>
<abstract>
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<listitem>
<para>To create a new alarm which displays an existing email message,
drag the email from &kmail; onto &kalarm;'s main window or system tray
icon. Then select the <guilabel>Display Alarm</guilabel> option. This
opens the <link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> with
the entire email message (including sender, recipient, &etc;) as the
alarm text.</para>
drag the email from &kmail; onto &kalarm;'s main window. Then select
the <guilabel>Display Alarm</guilabel> option. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> with the
entire email message (including sender, recipient, &etc;) as the alarm
text.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create a new email alarm to send a copy of an existing email
message, drag the email from &kmail; onto &kalarm;'s main window or
system tray icon. Then select the <guilabel>Email Alarm</guilabel>
option. The <link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> is
preset with the entire email message except sender.</para>
message, drag the email from &kmail; onto &kalarm;'s main window. Then
select the <guilabel>Email Alarm</guilabel> option. The
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> is preset with
the entire email message except sender.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create a new alarm which displays a summary of an existing
to-do, drag the to-do from &korganizer; or other application onto
&kalarm;'s main window or system tray icon. This opens the
&kalarm;'s main window. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> with the
to-do contents as the alarm text.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create a new command alarm, drag the text of a script
starting with <quote>#!</quote> onto &kalarm;'s main window or system
tray icon. Then select the <guilabel>Command Alarm</guilabel> option.
This opens the <link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link>
preset with the script text.</para>
starting with <quote>#!</quote> onto &kalarm;'s main window. Then
select the <guilabel>Command Alarm</guilabel> option. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> preset with
the script text.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create a file display alarm, drag a text or image file &URL;
onto &kalarm;'s main window or system tray icon. This opens the
onto &kalarm;'s main window. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> and sets the
file name.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create an audio alarm, drag an audio file &URL; onto
&kalarm;'s main window or system tray icon. This opens the
&kalarm;'s main window. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> and sets the
file name.</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>To create a text message alarm, drag any piece of text onto
&kalarm;'s main window or system tray icon. If prompted, select the
&kalarm;'s main window. If prompted, select the
<guilabel>Display Alarm</guilabel> option. This opens the
<link linkend="alarm-edit-dlg">Alarm Edit dialog</link> preset with
the alarm text.</para>
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<para>&kalarm; by default displays an icon in the system tray. The icon
provides both control and an alarm monitoring status indication. A
normal &kalarm; icon indicates that alarms are being monitored, while
a gray icon indicates that alarms are not being monitored. If some
individual alarms are disabled, a small cross is overlaid on the
icon.</para>
normal &kalarm; icon indicates that all alarms are being monitored,
while two different modified icons indicate either that
some alarms, or that all alarms, are not being monitored. The icon
modifications depend on the icon theme being used.</para>
<para>&kalarm;'s system tray icon is by default automatically hidden
whenever there are no alarms due in the next 24 hours. You can change
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