ISCAlert Update

Published: 2006-07-26
Last Updated: 2006-07-26 19:37:09 UTC
by Tom Liston (Version: 1)
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Due to some changes to the way that we're doing our RSS feed (which ISCAlert reads and parses to do its stuff...) I had to make a minor change to ISCAlert.  The latest version (1.1) will fix the problem with the indicator remaining blue and showing "Infocon: NO DATA."

For those of you who don't know, ISCAlert is a tiny Windows systray application that automatically monitors the ISC and displays the status of the Infocon as a small colored globe in the tray.  If the Infocon changes, the globe changes color and blinks.  Optionally, you can use Windows sound schemes to play sounds when the Infocon status changes.  Finally, we also have the option of triggering a special "information only" alert that causes ISCAlert to notify you that something important is going on that may not rise to "Infocon-changing" level.

ISCAlert (v1.1) is available here.
(.EXE MD5: 74f1ee31e1b4f3297e767da5666c2489)

A version "internationalized" to Portuguese is here.
(.EXE MD5: 4fac5de0ebf508b9aa8f00a024bb10aa)

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