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Revision as of 14:56, 5 February 2010

WakeMiiUp
WakeMiiUp01.png
General
Author(s)Superyoshi
TypeUtility
Version0.6
Links
Download
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser
Peripherals
Wiimote1.svg


WakeMiiUp is a Homebrew Application from Superyoshi. It is a alarm app just like Alarmii, but this app also aims to have more functions. It's most important feature is, that you don't need the TV to be on.

Does your TV make a buzzing noise, so you can't sleep? Switch the TV off and get waked up by light! Watching a movie on TV, but you want to be noticed when you gotta go to school? The light will tell you!

Functions

- Set Alarm (based on System Time, 24h format)

- Wakes you using your Wii Drive Light (blinking)

To Do

Options

- Change to 12h time format

- Change Drive Light blinking frequency

Functions

- Waking you using Rumble

- Snooze Function

Other

- GUI


If you have suggestions, feel free to tell them on the Talk Page.

Media

Video 0.6beta: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDx1yqjz-6Y

Changelog

0.6

First public release.

- Fixed bug found by Tigeryoshi: If you set the alarm time to the saysterm time, it would automatically skip to the Alarm Step without pressing A.

- Fixed 1px gap in time display

0.6beta

Was only given out to beta testers.

- Fixed many bugs from 0.5beta

- Time gets now displayed on bottom right in big red numbers insetead of at the top with normal formatting

0.5beta

Was only given out to beta testers.

- Added blinking Wii Disk Drive Light

Credits, Thanks, etc.

- Credits to Rhys for the code used to light the Disk Drive

- Credits to Blitter for the original idea and for the code used to get the system time

- Credits to WinterMute for the sample code.

- Thanks to Tigeryoshi for beta-testing.

- Thanks to Team Twiizers for making Wii Homebrew possible and creating the HBC.