xfce4-time-out-plugin - Time Out
Xfce4-time-out-plugin makes it possible to take periodical breaks from the computer at user-configurable intervals (specified in minutes and seconds). During breaks it suspends your screen (for a time period that is also configurable), preventing user input. It optionally allows you to postpone breaks for a certain time.
The idea is inherited from DrWright, a plugin originating with GNOME.
In the properties dialog you have several options to configure the plugin. You can define
- the duration (length) of each break (default: 5 minutes)
- the time between breaks (default: 30 minutes)
- the postpone time (default: 2 minutes)
- whether to allow breaks to be postponed
- whether to display seconds in the panel
- whether to display hours in the panel
- whether to display the remaining time until the next break at all
The plugin also offers a context menu which makes it possible to
- deactivate the plugin easily
- take a break instantly
Adding the plugin to the panel
How the plugin looks normally
Plugin context menu
Locked screen during breaks
For detailed information on the minimum required versions, check the configure.ac.in file.
- xfce4-time-out-plugin 1.1.3 released (2023/04/21 19:25)
- Download current release (link also contains older versions)