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Facebook gives you options when it comes to displaying your birthday. You can elect to share only the month and day you were born, or also include the year. When your birthday rolls around, it shows up in the top right corner of your friends' homepages. While you cannot disable the alerts of your friends, you can control whether or not your friends are notified of your birthday. Make your birthday only visible to yourself to stop friends from getting an alert.
Click on the "Account" icon in the top right corner of any Facebook screen. Select "Privacy Settings" from the list that appears. Click on the blue "Customize Settings" link at the bottom of the "Sharing on Facebook" section. Scroll down to the "Birthday" line in the "Things I Share" section. Click on the gray icon next to "Birthday" that displays the current privacy setting by default, it is set to "Everyone." Choose "Customize" from the drop-down menu. Click on the downward arrow in the "Make This Visible to These People" line to bring up a menu. Select "Only Me" and then "Save Setting."
Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this. You want to know why your weather radio just beeps and no voice or lights function properly. This has nothing to do with the codes you put in for your county. This has to do was the type of alert setting that is programmed into the radio. The alert setting that you have programmed into the radio is probably that TONE alert type. When this is selected, the alert will sound for 5 minutes or until any button is pressed except for the Weather/Snooze button. If you want your alert type settings changed, press MENU and use the up and down directional buttons until "ALT TYPE" is displayed on the screen. Use those same directional buttons to choose the alert type of your choice. If you choose DISPLAY, a text alert will scroll on your screen and no audio alert type will be sounded. If VOICE is selected, an alert will be sounded 8 seconds and you will hear the voice of the weather broadcaster for 5 minutes. These are the only other alert types you can choose other than TONE. Once you have chosen your alert type, press SELECT and and press MENU to exit. Remember that the NWS will only alert you if the storm meets their serve weather criteria (meaning the storm has to be able to cause a certain amount of damage or life threatening to "Wake someone up in the middle of the night"). With this radio functioning properly, it can really help you out in the long run by alerting you with the lastest information of what's going on in your area. Thank you for choosing FixYa as your one-stop solution spot for your problems and thank you for reading my solution.I hope this is the solution to your problem and it clears up any confusion you may have. Have a good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you're reading this.
I have the same problem as you. With 'Birthday Alert' you'll never miss another Birthday! Birthday Alert sends you email alerts for upcoming birthdays. It shows you which friends have birthdays coming soon, and lets you manage email reminders to keep you up to date.