Java application to provide a functioning replica of the famous Heathkit GC-1005 digital alarm clock, circa 1972.
Right-click on clock for menu. Because window has no "decorations", you will need to use native GUI meta-keys to move clock on screen. For example, Gnome-3 uses the "Windows" key combined with mouse click-drag.
Uses a properties file "~/.gc1005.rc" which will be created if it does not exist.
Has an "auto-time" mode where it does not require manual setting and always displays your computer's time.
Alarm volume defaults to 50%, but even that may be loud. Supports snooze as well. Alarm/snooze are controlled using the (right-click) menu.
The complete source, and pre-built JAR, are available at:
My Downloads Page
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