Date Added:Sep. 07, 2002
Downloads Last Week:1
It is simple, easy to use. No install need
It is very pure skin. It will be beter to be more 3D, and more round skin
Nine separate counters in one window. Easy to understand interface. Clean.
Cannot save timers. I spent time setting up several timers, with names, only to discover that these settings cannot be saved. You cannot restart a countdown timer with one click. You have to set it up again from scratch. You cannot type in your time; you must click the up/down arrows to increment it by 1 minute. For a 2-hour timer, this is 120 clicks. Can only increment timers by 1 minute, not seconds or hours. Cannot set up second timers. If you set up timers and click the instructions, then go back, the timers are cleared.
Almost perfect app.
9 timers in one small, no resources space. A dream for keeping up with time on many different projects at once. Simple, easy, and all right there in front of me. I love it.
I am not particularly happy about having to count up from zero to set coundown timers, but that is such a small thing compared to how great it is otherwise.
AND IT'S FREE.......
It does what it says it does.
It needs a slider bar, or at least the ability to independently set hours as well as minutes. It needs to be more configuable, 9 might be too many or too few, so why not let the user set how many times they want? It should have been written in a real language.
Small, simple, free and hassle free.
To the "programmer" dude...why don't you write a timer instead of complaining about someone else's (freeware) work?
My thanks to the author for this nice and simple flash app.
As always, you get what you pay for.
But no complaints here as it well suits my needs for a simple timer.
Small download size and easy to use.
I do wish there was a way to close the timers that aren't being used so that I could have just the one timer and re-size it and put it in the corner of my desktop. But it's a small beef and I still recommend this product.
Can time up to 9 seperate items at once. Alarm. Easy to use.
I wish I could save my options for countdown instead of automatically count up on start up. It would be nice to be able to change the alarm sound. Those are the only two problems.
Really simple. Exec brings up flash window with 9 timers. Set and name each timer whatever you want. Start-Pause-Stop, Count up/down on each timer. I wish we could 1) Choose from a list of countdown alarms for each of the 9 counters and 2) Be able to set the seconds. Otherwise, it's okay.
Works great for tracking my time at work. Being able to edit the labels is nice. Would be great if it would remember the label names when you restart it so you wouldn't have to retype it in every time. Otherwise, great free product!
Why can't you count by seconds? As a programmer I know that wouldn't be much more to add, as you're already counting down by seconds. The Instructions tab is nice, and the ability to name the timers is a good feature as well. I was just slightly disappointed to find that I can't count off thirty second intervals. Otherwise, this is a good product and, as another user mentioned, works amazingly well for a free product.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.mattbaclar.com|
|Release Date||September 07, 2002|
|Date Added||September 07, 2002|
|Subcategory||Alarms & Clock Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||1|