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TimeTrack

   1.1.4  

KDE Groupware/PIM

Score 58%
TimeTrack
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TimeTrack
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.0.x
Downloads:  591
Submitted:  Dec 19 2004

Description:

TimeTrack is a program to track time in a modular, project- oriented way. A single timer has the ability to help users track time over a whole project through maintaining a list of triples that consists of start time, end time, and a description field. Timers can be arranged over several tabs, and information is stored in XML files. It also has the ability to import single timers from other files to merge timer data with other timer data.




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 Good job

 
 by merlin8000 on: Jul 1 2005
 
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I was looking for something that does exactly this. I would very much like to see certain configuration changes kept (toolbar positions, for example)


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 A couple things

 
 by merlin8000 on: Jul 28 2005
 
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Here's a couple things about this client that could use improvement.

Timer crashes when change button is clicked on first entry
to reproduce:
click "New Timer" button
(optional) click "Start" then "Stop"
click "choose Action" drop-down
click "Edit Timer"
(if more than one timer exists) Select topmost entry
(optional) Modify entry in any way
click change
(optional) swear outloud

Timer crashes when trying to change timer name in edit dialog
to reproduce
click "Edit Timer" item in the "choose Action" dropdown of any timer
change the text of the timer name in the top-right of the edit timer dialog
press return
(optional) swear outloud


An auto-save feature would be wonderful


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 A newer program

 
 by Antonio1 on: Apr 1 2008
 
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A newer program, part of Kontact

KTimeTracker (formerly called "KArm")
http://wiki.kde.org/ktimetracker


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