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Stoic Joker:
It seem almost poetic :-\ lyrical - Is there a tune that goes with it?

Nice to know somebody missed the font issue, I've got 50+ Emails from people that didn't. The new size 8 font is actually not bad now with 2 lines on the (default height) skinned XP taskbar ... But I wouldn't try it on 2k.

I've been thinking it might be nice to get folks to post a SS of their clock configuration - if a vague consensus of form can be found, I'll make it the (new) default.

Up Coming Stuff: I'm currently working on the (much needed) "live" timer countdown interface. The plan is to have a single location where a selectable group of active timers can be monitored. Also working on making the stopwatch controllable from the command prompt, so a script can start/stop/lap/reset the counter for execution time checking. Beyond that ... I'm running out of ideas, but am reviewing the emails I received over the years to see if there is anything else I can add (that won't junk-it-up). <- Hint... ;)) Next build will most likely be the first beta.

ewemoa:
It seem almost poetic :-\ lyrical - Is there a tune that goes with it?
-Stoic Joker (March 26, 2010, 06:48 AM)
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Good question :)

Up Coming Stuff: I'm currently working on the (much needed) "live" timer countdown interface. The plan is to have a single location where a selectable group of active timers can be monitored.

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Sounds nice!  Would a hotkey to toggle visibility make sense?

Also working on making the stopwatch controllable from the command prompt, so a script can start/stop/lap/reset the counter for execution time checking.

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Mmmmm, command line access.  More of that!

Beyond that ... I'm running out of ideas

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How easy/likely is a non-registry-using (=> portable-friendly) version?

Stoic Joker:
It seem almost poetic :-\ lyrical - Is there a tune that goes with it?
-Stoic Joker (March 26, 2010, 06:48 AM)
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Good question :)

Up Coming Stuff: I'm currently working on the (much needed) "live" timer countdown interface. The plan is to have a single location where a selectable group of active timers can be monitored.

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Sounds nice!  Would a hotkey to toggle visibility make sense?-ewemoa (March 26, 2010, 08:11 AM)
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Hm... I'll look into it.

Also working on making the stopwatch controllable from the command prompt, so a script can start/stop/lap/reset the counter for execution time checking.

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Mmmmm, command line access.  More of that!
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I've already got a few issues with the current CLI options, so what else I can do in that direction will depend on how well that turns out.

Beyond that ... I'm running out of ideas

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How easy/likely is a non-registry-using (=> portable-friendly) version?
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Inside Program Files (UAC/File Permissions/etc.) no. Outside Program Files .ini handling isn't really that difficult - So it sounds do-able.

Stoic Joker:
Okay, first beta of TC2010 now available.

Stopwatch can now can be controlled form the command line:

      /exit   : Exit T-Clock 2010
      /prop   : Open T-Clock 2010 Properties
      /start   : Start the Stopwatch Counter (open as/if needed)
      /stop   : Stop (pause really) the Stopwatch Counter
      /lap   : Record a (the current) Lap Time
      /reset   : Reset Stopwatch to 0 (stop as/if needed)


Timers Can now be viewed/monitored:


Highlight a timer in ListView & hit Delete - To get Exit Options.

Note: Timer Watch will automatically close if last timer is removed, or if a Single watched timer Expires.

Feedback Appreciated. :)

ewemoa:
Trying out the first beta of TC2010 (congratulations, btw  :Thmbsup:)

Stopwatch can now can be controlled form the command line:

      /exit   : Exit T-Clock 2010
         ...
      /stop   : Stop (pause really) the Stopwatch Counter
      /lap   : Record a (the current) Lap Time
      /reset   : Reset Stopwatch to 0 (stop as/if needed)
-Stoic Joker (March 27, 2010, 01:16 PM)
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Woohoo!  Mmm, command line options...Sorry, I'll try to contain myself.

The quoted 1 + 3 items appear to work as expected here.

      /prop   : Open T-Clock 2010 Properties
      /start   : Start the Stopwatch Counter (open as/if needed)

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These made a corresponding dialog of T-Clock active -- which seems to make sense for /prop, but I'm not sure it does for /start.  Do you get the same behavior?

Timers Can now be viewed/monitored:

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Took me a bit to figure out how to make that window appear :) 

Some observations:

I had a single timer visible in the Timer Watch dialog, stopped it from the Add/Edit dialog (so this is neither expiring nor plain removal from the dialog), and noticed that the Timer Watch dialog went away.  Is that what happens there?  Not sure what I think of that yet.

Highlight a timer in ListView & hit Delete - To get Exit Options.

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This seemed to work for all three cases.

I started to wonder whether it might be useful to be able to start expired or stopped timers from the Timer Watch dialog -- and/or perhaps have some way to get the Add/Edit Timer dialog to appear via a hotkey or button press.  Still at the wondering stage though.

Note: Timer Watch will automatically close if last timer is removed, or if a Single watched timer Expires.

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I observed these two results too.  I'm not sure what I think of the latter yet.

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