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A growing user-friendly PC timer and alarm program. Manages multiple countdown timers and alarms. Each timer or alarm can have a custom tag, icon, color etc. The zoom, sound, ringing duration and other things are customizable. You can select a custom background image. Each timer can be opened in its own big or small window. There is drag & drop functionality, a data grid view. The timers can be put in groups (which work like folders), and there are 4 basic filters for them: Active, Inactive, Alarms and Timers (and All). Please see the section "What's new in this version". I am sending an update once every 1-2 weeks. How to use Timed Silver You can move the mouse cursor over buttons, labels etc. and there may appear a text (tooltip) that may help you use the program. The visible user interface You can add multiple timers using the green plus button „New timer” which stays initially in the Edit tool bar at the bottom of the window. Each timer can be part of one group, can have a custom icon, a custom background color and its ID is determined by its position in the current applied filter, each timer can be set to show only the icon if there is one set, only the ID or both of them. Each timer has the option to be reset to a custom or automatically determined reset-to value, and the reset-to value can be locked. The great majority of settings (each timer’s settings included) are saved to the opened or saved XML file (including the visible applied filter). The file becomes unsaved very fast because each timer’s ticks cause it to be marked as unsaved. The menu items in the File menu have keyboard shortcuts (including Ctrl+S for save). You can zoom in and zoom out using either the global zoom toolbar (automatically shown and unhideable) or the two zoom toolbars whitch can be shown from the View > Toolbars submenu. Each zoom toolbar has a zoom track bar and the zoom in/out/reset buttons (the zoom in & out buttons can be long-clicked and the zoom will proceed automatically). The zoom limits are 1% and 200%. After being shown, the toolbars can be moved (their position will not be saved to file in this version of the program). There is also an unhideable sort toolbar which has the option to automatically sort the timers by the soonest ringing or to not sort the timers automatically. There are 2 check buttons under the top toolbars called: · „Full-screen” which will open a full screen window instead of an user-sized window for the program. Nothing will be lost by doing or undoing this. · „Dark mode” (or dark theme, or night mode) which changes the colors of the program. On the first opening, a text control with yellow background color will guide you to the File > Save as... menu item. In general, the last open file will be the file opened at the next start of the program. In general, there is at least one timer control created automatically. You can also delete and reorder timers, but the IDs in the left side of the timers will remain in the same order. At the bottom of the window there is a status bar. There is also an „Edit” tool bar with 2 buttons: the New timer button described above and the Settings button which opens the Settings window with settings that are saved in the current file: · Audio file · Ring for (ringing duration) · Autosave (yes or no) · Autosave every (a time span settable only when Autosave is set to yes - checked check box) · Zoom group list tool strip · Enable rounded corners (for timer views in list view) and · Two global setting (the only ones not saved in the current XML file) called o Autoopen last file on program start. o Start program Timed Silver with Windows · Beeps table - a table with beeps (small sounds) that are heard at specific moments before a timer rings (currently the function is only available for Timers, not for Alarms). Each beep has a moment when it rings, specified in milliseconds before the timer rings, a duration (in milliseconds) and a frequency (ranging from 37 to 32767 hertz). Beeps are hearable at values close to a frequency of 800 hertz and a duration of 200 milliseconds. Example table: You can set the audio file used as alarm sound in the entire program with the „Set audio file...” button. In the right side of this button there is an arrow button that will show a list of the most recently used alarm sound file paths. In the right of this button there is shown the path of the currently selected audio file, or „Default sound”, a button that plays/stops the sound for testing, and a reset button for the selected sound. The menus The menu File contains New, Open..., Save, Save as..., Settings..., Open containing folder... and Exit. There are keyboard shortcuts for each of these menu items shown on the right side of each of them. The menu Edit contains Remove all timers... and Set random colors to all timers. The menu View contains items to switch to one of four types of views: · Data grid · List view · Horizontal split view · Vertical split view & an option to show or hide the group list view (a panel in the left side of the window, in which there are reorderable, multiselectable, in-place renameable group names and the first in the list is Double Click to Show All), 2 items to focus on one part/type of view in the case of a split view, and a zoom toolbars’ visibility submenu. The menu Window contains Keep on top > Always and Keep on top > Until next restart. The menu Help contains the View help... menu item which can be opened using F1 key and an About... item. The group list view After being made visible, it has 2 buttons at the top of it: New group (opens a small dialog window in which the user can enter a title for the newly created group of timers) and Delete group (after selecting a group in the list box below these buttons, this option deletes the selected group). The first item in the list box is always „Double Click To Show All”, then what follows are 4 basic filters: Active, Inactive, Timers and Alarms. These first 5 items work by double click on them. By double clicking on other group titles in the list box, only that respective group is shown. A group can be renamed by right clicking on it and selecting the Rename menu item. You can select multiple groups with Ctrl-click or checking the checkbox-es near them. The data grid view By double-clicking on a cell in the Custom back color column, a color chooser form opens. The full screen time-out window It tells the tag of the timer that rings, the duration of the ringing until the current moment, it has 4 buttons: Reset & close, Restart & close, Close without reset and Snooze (Snooze resets the timer to the specified time span in this full-screen window). The timer view element In the left there is an ID (unique between the visible timers), a text box with placeholder „Enter text here...”, a time span picker element, a delete button and a start/stop button, a move handler and a Menu button containing a menu with the options: · Reset to [...]... - On simple click, this resets the time span picker to the value specified in it (it has a text such as Reset to 00:10:00...) and closes the timer view’s main menu. It also has a submenu which can lock the reset value, or if it is not locked (the default), it will be updated on each start of the timer. The progress of the soonest ringing timer is shown on the task bar based on its reset value. · Select color... - this opens a color dialog to let the user select a custom back color for the timer view. · Delete user color - this removes the custom user-set back color of the timer view. · Groups... - this shows a submenu in which you can select that the timer is part of an existing or a new group.

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Published by

Silviu Bogan

Copyright

©2018-2019 Silviu Bogan

Developed by

Silviu Bogan

Release date

8/28/2018

Approximate size

37.83 MB

Age rating

For all ages

Category

Productivity

This app can

Access all your files, peripheral devices, apps, programs and registry
Access your Internet connection
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