Projects / gfocustimer


gfocustimer tracks your movement between windows and charges the time you spend in each window toward tasks that you define. It is useful if you need to fill in timesheets, or manage your time at the keyboard better.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Nov 2001 08:48

    Release Notes: This is the first stable release. This version logs focus events to stdout, sets during configure, and performs an external action on completion of the working day.

    •  22 Nov 1999 21:17

      Release Notes: Mostly a bugfix release which fixes loss of totals, fixes various window resize issues, avoids segmentation fault on windows with no WM_NAME property, adds a scrolled window to the task list, and automatically resizes the task list.

      •  07 Nov 1999 06:06

        Release Notes: Bugfixes including correction of two segmentation fault defects and removal of latent options. New feaures including addition of event log, addition of global keyboard shortcuts, addition of automatic save, preferences immediately applied and major internal reorganization. More testers for this program are required. Please contact the author if you are interested.

        •  07 Nov 1999 05:07

          Release Notes: Correction of two segmentation fault bugs, new event log, global keyboard shortcuts, and automatic save, major internal reorganisation, immediate application of preferences, and removal of latent options.

          •  15 Oct 1999 13:58

            Release Notes: Added manual page as a window, added entry deletion (needs testing), added entry list totals, headings and display formats, added double-click to edit entry and added a preferences window.


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