Be alerted anywhere and silently via your Mobile Phone as soon as an OFP Mission is finished: Never miss the next game start again!
OFPAlert adds a new alert feature to OFPWatch, the server monitoring/addon manager for OFP. This new feature allows you to be alerted via your Mobile Phone when a game is available in OFPWatch in addition to the existing Sound alert.
All is explained in the readme.
OFPAlert - An addition to OFPWatch Be alerted by your Mobile Phone as soon as a game is finished in OFPWatch! By Sylvain Nawrocki - s3ven http://sylvain.nawrocki.free.fr/blog/index.php You need * OFPWatch running. Just google it if you want to download it. The option 'Do not close OFPW ...' needs to be enabled in the OFPWatch Config! * Skype running and allowing OFP Alert to control it. * Any SkypeOut credits amount. Normally no credits should be used because the purpose of the program is only to make your phone ring. It is obvious that if your gsm is turned off or if you put a too much ringing duration the call could end up on the answermachine! How does it work? The first time you launch OFP Alert you will be prompted to enter your gsm phone number in the preferences window. In this window you will have the possibility to set for how many seconds the program will make your phone ring before hanging up, if you want to start the program with windows, etc... If you got a warning message from Skype, you'll have to authorize the program to access Skype. Rm:A little amount for the duration setting could result in the call not beeing received and a too large amount could make the alert looking like a regular call or the call ending on the answermachine. The program will monitor the same server as in OFPWatch. If a game is in progress you will be abble to enable the alert. Rm: If you have enabled the Silent mode, a Skype Alert could appear as soon as the alert is activated. Just click OK. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 France License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/fr/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.. OFPWatch is (c) Copyright 2005 by John Hammarbeg (Certa)
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