Comment 2 for bug 1494229

Ah. Thai explains IT. Right be a good idea to mention this when setting a
new timer.

Keep up the good work, it looks great.

Op donderdag 10 september 2015 heeft Michal Predotka <email address hidden>
het volgende geschreven:
> Thanks for finding a good use for the Timer :)
> About this bug: currently the timer alarms are removed from the clock
when you click "Okay" button on the "Time's up!" screen. Due to system API
limitation I wasn't able to find better way to do that. So if a timer has
lapsed and you don't click "Okey" but just close the app, the timer alarm
stays in the clock alarms list. If something will change in the API, I'll
try to fix it somehow.
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> Title:
> Alarms are kept in the core clock app.
>
> Status in Timer:
> New
>
> Bug description:
> I use the timer many times a day to time a socces game :). When I
> wanted to set a alarm to wake me up in the morning using the core
> clock app, I noticed many old alarms still available . Those turned
> out to be created by the timer app.
>
> When a timer has lapsed, could it be removed from the alarms?
>
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