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HypnoQuit V3.3

   3.3  

KDE Other Software

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HypnoQuit V3.3
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HypnoQuit V3.3
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  395
Submitted:  Oct 27 2007
Updated:  Oct 29 2010

Description:

HypnoQuit is a free Java program that helps you to quit smoking. It does this by displaying subliminal messages on the scren. If you like you can configure your own messages. This version also has a text to speech function. For more info see the changelog below...




Changelog:

29/10/2010
Added animation to subliminal messages (fade in/out)
Updated the GUI by using SubstanceGraphiteAquaLookAndFeel.
Changed the banner artwork.




LicenseGPL
Source(HypnoQuit v3.3)
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 java

 
 by psionides on: Oct 31 2007
 
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This is a Java/Swing application, so it doesn't belong here. KDEApps is for native KDE applications. Yes, I know you can run it in KDE, you can run many applications in KDE, even Internet Explorer through Wine, but that doesn't make it a KDE application. Sorry...


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 Re: java

 
 by paul21 on: Mar 19 2009
 
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He's right. You should place it here: http://www.java-apps.org/

Cheers


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 Good app btw

 
 by BorgQueen on: Mar 20 2009
 
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While is does belong on java.org, its a great little app. Thank you.


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 Instructions

 
 by joshjtl on: Mar 24 2009
 
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Please add better instructions to use this application.
Thanks,
Josh


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 no negative words

 
 by janet on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Good idea. But with the examples given in the screenshot you won't gain a lot of success. Your subconsciousness is not able to understand the negative. When you tell it "I never want to smoke again" it only understands "I want to smoke again", "I am not addicted to cigarettes" is interpreted as "I am addicted to cigarettes"... You should verbalize everyhing in positive words. Maybe use "free" instead of "not addicted". And don't use I want, I believe, I am confident, verbalize the desired result.


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 no negative words

 
 by aubreybourke on: Feb 3 2011
 
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Hey,

Thanks for your input. However it is possible to configure your own messages and save them with this App. So you could get it to say anything you like.

One user told me he uses it to help build up his confidence in public speaking!

In the next version I plan to use the following messages:
1. I want to donate a large lumpsum to the creator of this App.
2. I like this App and am willing to pay for it.
3. I believe this program is easily worth 500,000 Dollars.

etc..
:)))))))


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