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Timer

This is a simple plugin that lets the user run an alarm at a specified time or at the end of a specified countdown period.

Usage

The plugin is quite simple – it displays a progressbar showing the percentage of the time elapsed. Left-clicking on the plugin area opens a menu of available alarms. After selecting one, the user can start or stop the timer by selecting “start/stop timer” entry in the same menu. New alarms are added through the preferences window. Each alarm is either a countdown or is run at a specified time. By default a simple dialog pops up at the end of the countdown. The user can choose an external command to be run as the alarm and may also choose to have this repeated a specified number of times with a given interval between repetitions.

Screenshots

The plugin window when idle and running:

:timer1.png :timer4.png

Selecting the alarm and starting the timer:

:timer6.png

Plugin preferences window and the alarm add/edit window:

:timer2.png :timer3.png

The alarm window:

:timer5.png

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Latest Release

1.7.0 (2018/01/25)

xfce4-timer-plugin-1.7.0.tar.bz2

SHA-256 Hash: 2e4e5343e39926230cc981d5fe56cd58a2f3817d2e9b6089b5673a2e39bf7e9b
SHA-1 Hash: f8f502eaee45843652ec869b730a92064d42e483
MD5 Hash: 32e6a14e80bf9a93db2f2b3bfd7de920


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