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- Drop the "alarm-clock" folder on the "3ds" folder located on your SD.
- Drop WAV/OGGs to be used as alarm music on the folder "alarms", located inside "alarm-clock"
A: Turn on the alarm using the selected alarm time/Select file on file explorer B: Turn off the alarm and stop it if it's playing Y: Open a file explorer that shows all the files on the "alarms" folder located on the app's directory, so you can select which audio file to use. X: Hide/show all UI elements (there's no way to turn off the screens as of yet); touching the screen will show the UI again too. D-Pad Up/Down: Change alarm hour/Scroll on file explorer D-Pad Left/Right: Change alarm minutes L/R: Change clock color. Start: Quit
- Improved/fixed audio loading speeds
- Large files don't crash the 3DS anymore
- Added OGG support
- A file named "alarm.wav" isn't needed anymore
- File explorer opens on startup
- File explorer doesn't open if there's only one WAV. Instead, that WAV is selected directly
- If there are no WAVs, you are prompted to exit
- Added a file explorer for selecting WAVs from "alarms" folder
- Added color switching for the clock on the top screen
- Fixed previous update which didn't actually do what it was supposed to
- Supposed to enable the possibility of changing the names of the .3dsx and the app's directory. Fixed in next update
- Initial release