STime is an application to store a record of your daily work hours. By entering pay period ending dates, you can view the records by pay ending date to give you the total number of hours worked. You can also enter your hourly rate and it will calculate the gross pay for the pay period. This version calculates the gross pay for each timecard entry. So if you work shift work this would work for you instead of BTime. You enter your rate of pay on each timecard. When viewing for a pay period your total hours and gross pay will be totaled for the period.
What's new in this version:
- Added option to use preference file.
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