Projects / jTimeSched


jTimeSched is a simple and lightweight time tracking tool. You can track elapsed time for tasks and projects and use the data for the recording of time worked.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Oct 2012 19:04

    Release Notes: Time-quota is now shown on mouse-move over the overall/today cells, and a little blue dot indicates a present time-quota. Projects are automatically unchecked after a today-time-reset. Error messages have been improved if projects/settings cannot be loaded for any reason. New application icons and a more distinguishable icon when inactive. Minor bugfixes and improvements.

    •  04 Nov 2010 19:17

      Release Notes: A quota feature for overall/today time was added, which draws a green/red line above the cell depending on quota utilization. Additional notes can be attached to projects. A log area has been added, and its visibility can be toggled. The creation date can now be edited. Context menus for removing all entries and resetting all categories have been added.

      •  23 Sep 2010 21:26

        Release Notes: The active task can be started/paused via the tray menu. There are now some keyboard shortcuts for common actions. The general purpose checkboxes can be set/unset via a context menu. Java application launchers were added for UNIX-like OS and Windows. A bug was fixed where projects were not saved on an abrupt shutdown.

        •  11 Aug 2010 16:39

          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug when saving the project data UTF-8 encoded as XML.

          •  09 Aug 2010 18:40

            Release Notes: Project changes are logged into a file. Rows can be highlighted by an expression so that it is easier to find a task if the list gets long. Project data is now saved as XML. There's now an extra column with a multi-purpose checkbox. There are several minor GUI changes.


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