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Thanks to TMS for the VCL components.

1. Create a form with some graphics,
2. Add controls as you wish,
3. Position the control as you want,
4. Use TMS VCL components as needed (e.g. TAdvForm – a simple progress bar)
5. Click the button “Generate image” to save it
6. Modify the form to your liking
7. Repeat steps 5-6 as needed

Advantages of this approach:
a. You can design your form as you wish
b. You can use any control as needed
c. You can generate as many images as you need
d. You can modify the generated images as needed
e. You can use the same utility for all your needs

Available For:
a. Delphi V7 (System 5.01, 6, and 2010)
b. RAD Studio V7

Minimum Requirements:
a. Any OS
b. Delphi V7

File size:

7.23 KB

TMS AdvShaper Link

Delphi and RAD Studio are registered trademarks of Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. VCL is a registered trademark of Borland. All other product or company names are the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners./*———————————————————————————————
* Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
* Licensed under the MIT License. See License.txt in the project root for license information.

import { IExtensionInfo, IPropertyBag } from ‘../extensionService’;
import { IConfigurationService, configuration } from ‘vs/platform/configuration/common/configuration’;
import { IRawConfiguration, ConfigurationType } from ‘vs/platform/configuration/common/configurationElements’;
import { Severity } from ‘vs/base/common/containers’;
import { IWorkspaceContextService } from ‘vs/platform/workspace/common/workspace’;
import { ITelemetryService } from ‘vs/platform/telemetry/common/telemetry’;
import { SeverityId } from ‘vs/base/common/constants’;
import { ExtensionsUtil } from ‘vs/platform/extensionManagement/common/extensions’;
import { SeverityIds } from ‘vs/platform/telemetry eea19f52d2


Just double click the install.sh to install the alarm.
You can add this software to a desktop shortcut, and it will launch in a Command Line window. You can use this Command Line to do whatever you want, such as:

alarm -t 300 -d 10 -w alarm_main.jar

The first parameter is the alarm display format, the second is the number of seconds until the alarm ends, the third is the delay between repeat, and the last is the file or jar file. You can also specify more than one file or jar.
There are some options, and for example you can enter an IP address and port, as well as HTTP web addresses to start or stop or change the alarm.
The program has advanced and can:

Start a server on the specified port

Run in the foreground or the background

Start or stop a service

This application is also ideal to run on the system tray.
alarm comes with the graphical version, and you can also run it from the Web.


Easy to use

Just run the install.sh and then double click on the.jar to launch the program.

Setting up alarms

Alarm has a simple and intuitive interface, allowing you to create alarms without any difficulties.
All you have to do is define the following elements in the main window:

Which Alarm to Create

The name of the alarm will be displayed in the Alarms Window, and it can be changed later.

The delay

This is the interval of time between the repeats of the alarm.

The start time

The time at which the alarm is activated.

The end time

The time at which the alarm ends.

The description

This is a free text field that allows you to add a brief explanation for your alarm.

The Alarm Type

Choose an alarm type. There are some pre-configured types, such as the timer and the system service.

The schedule

Select the interval between repeats and set the time at which the alarm is activated.

You can also modify the start and end times of the alarm later.

You can create up to five alarms per system.

Running Alarms

To create or stop an alarm, just double-click on it.

To start or stop a service, click on the Service Button.

To cancel