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- To: General Arabization Discussion <general at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: KPrayertime
- From: "Ahmad Twaijry" <msx at hush dot com>
- Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 02:07:48 -0800
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Abdulhaq if you need Makkah azan I can send it to you
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 00:51:16 -0800 Mohammed Yousif <mhdyousif at gmx dot net>
>On Saturday 22 November 2003 09:02, abdulhaq wrote:
>> assalaamu `alaykum
>> alHamdulillaah KPrayertime v 0.99, a prayer time applet for KDE
>> complete and I've also packaged some RPMs for Mandrake/RedHat.
>> It has been arabised in that labels and numbers can be shown in
>> Screenshots and download here: http://kprayertime.sourceforge.net
>> I'm announcing it here before announcing it to the general public
>> really appreciate it if some of the brothers who use KDE could
>test if for
>> me on their machine, particularly the RPM.
> Good work, it works great!
> God bless you.
> However I thought it would be even better if it shows notifications
> and plays Azan sound files at each salah time.
> Well, I couldn't resist patching it :-)
> The patch is atttached, but the notifications is not on by default,
> you have to enable it first from the Applet preferences.
> and yeah, you need two sound files (one for fajr and one for the
> and they need to be in the applet share directory ($KDEDIR/share/apps/
>We _will_ restore OUR Jerusalem.
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