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Add Ringtone Before AND After
Authored by: rajington on Jun 30, '09 09:05:36PM
Call me gimmicky but I love that whole "fade out" "fade in" thing that the iPhone does when people call you. No, I didn't add fading to this, that's way beyond my capability but I did add the ability to add a song before AND after a spoken name. It's my first time using AppleScript so it's really bad code but it works.

Download here

It's up to you to create a file that fades out to put before it and another one that fades in to put after it. You can use the free Audacity or try out Amadeus 2 (my preferred editor)

I definitely would've been completely lost without Frederico's great code and comments, and of course because he made it completely "open source" so-to-speak. He easily could've gotten a couple of bucks off of this if he sold it (at least from me!). I apologize for the bad code but my skill isn't anywhere close to his.

Note that I also removed the "call from".

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Add Ringtone Before AND After
Authored by: Frederico on Jun 30, '09 10:12:42PM

Heya,

Thanks for the kind words; I'm glad it was of use to you.

But I'm a bit confused; my script already offered the ability to place the ringtone either before, after, or none at all, to a spoken name (or any text you like via custom entry).

Was this not clear, or did you not get the option to choose position in the third dialog????



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Add Ringtone Before AND After
Authored by: palahala on Jul 01, '09 02:39:48AM

Like you wrote yourself: it seems the original can add a ringtone EITHER before OR after the spoken text. The adjusted versions seems to allow for a ringtone BOTH before AND after the text?

However, I wonder how useful a ringtone BOTH before AND after the text is, given the fact that the sequence is repeated? :-)



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