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Project Summary

OverviewThis is a very simple time tracking application.

Add your task and clients by clicking "Add Task" Click that task in the grid to start tracking time against it After 8 hours have accrued, I suggest leaving work and going home InstallDownload the .zip file

To run it, expand the .zip file and double click on the TimeTool Jar file (TimeTool.jar).

This requires the Java 5.0 Runtime.

On Windows, visit Sun's Java Site and follow the links to JRE 5.0. On Mac OS X 1.4 and higher, visit Apple's Download Site Follow the instructions for setting Java 5 as your default runtime here Open /Applications/Utilities/Java/J2SE 5.0/Java Preferences.app Under the "General" tab, in the "Java Application Runtime Settings", drag J2SE 5.0 to the top of the list New FeaturesAdded idle time tracking - when you go idle you are asked what to do with the time when you return Added +, -, and numeric hotkeys for mouseless time adjustments MySQL Database Support Many localizations available, including US English, German, French, Dutch, and Japanese Export to CSV. Export options are available under File->Options Tracks time across time zones Minimizes to tray in Windows Sortable Columns (woot!)

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time timesheet timetool timetracker

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30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016

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