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You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=<secs>".

You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=<secs>".--set-snooze=< secs >".

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You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=< secs minutes >".

Edited: I just tested this again, where it originally stated < secs > ~ the adjustment is in increments of minutes, not seconds, I have just tested this to be sure and set as < 5 > ~ and the alarm sounded 5 minutes later.

You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=< minutes sec >".

Edited: I just tested this again, where it originally stated < secs > ~ the adjustment is in increments of minutes, not seconds, I have just tested this to be sure and set as < 5 > ~ and the alarm sounded 5 minutes later.

Edited after tests with 1.1.7 (see my comment from 6.9.2015): Check the set value with timedclient-qt5 --get-snooze.

You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=< sec >".

Edited: I just tested this again, where it originally stated < secs > ~ the adjustment is in increments of minutes, not seconds, I have just tested this to be sure and set as < 5 > ~ and the alarm sounded 5 minutes later.

Edited back to < secs > after tests with 1.1.7 (see my comment from 6.9.2015): Check the set value with timedclient-qt5 --get-snooze.

You can change the default snooze time at command line with "timedclient-qt5 --set-snooze=< sec secs >".

Edited: I just tested this again, where it originally stated < secs > ~ the adjustment is in increments of minutes, not seconds, I have just tested this to be sure and set as < 5 > ~ and the alarm sounded 5 minutes later.

Edited back to < secs > after tests with 1.1.7 (see my comment from 6.9.2015): Check the set value with timedclient-qt5 --get-snooze.