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TimerScreenlet

   1.3  

Screenlet

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TimerScreenlet
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Downloads:  2891
Submitted:  Feb 15 2009
Updated:  Sep 23 2009

Description:

A simple TimerScreenlet

Features:

- it can count UP or DOWN
- when time is up a notification bubble will pop up and a bell rings
- the time is directly settable via the GUI or the option menu
- full customizable colortheme
- you can configure a timer offset to get alerted before the timers time is up
- you can label each timer session to differ them

Change-log 1.3:
- A "timer offset" was added, to get alerted before the time is up
- Some code improvements

Change-log 1.2:
- Support for multiple soundservers (alsa,pulse,esd)
- Some code improvements

Change-log 1.1:
- Code improvements
- Add "Label" feature




LicenseGPL
(TimerScreenlet 1.3)
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 Count UP?

 
 by clydejsn on: Feb 18 2009
 
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This is great. Could you make it count "UP"?


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 Re: Count UP?

 
 by Snooze86 on: Feb 20 2009
 
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I think that should be possible, with the next update I can try to add such a function.


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 Re: Re: Count UP?

 
 by clydejsn on: Feb 21 2009
 
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That would be great! Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Count UP?

 
 by Snooze86 on: Feb 21 2009
 
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so it's done... I hope it's what you are thinking about.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Count UP?

 
 by clydejsn on: Feb 26 2009
 
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Awesome, man! Great! Thanks!


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 Suggestions...

 
 by okaoka on: Feb 23 2009
 
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Nice script. Works well for me (Ubuntu 8.10).

Maybe some suggestions for a future development:

- to add a bell that we could set to sound at a preset time. It would allow the timer to be used as a cooking timer, per example, or as a timer for games, etc.

- a pause button could also be useful, per example, to time tasks

Only suggestions, anyway.

Good work

OO


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 Re: Suggestions...

 
 by Snooze86 on: Feb 24 2009
 
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Hi,

thank you for your suggestions.

- I had the idea for a ring sound too, but I have actually the problem that I don't know how to do this. My knowledge in pyhton programming is limited ;-) Hope I can find out how to do this or maybe some of you can tell me.


- A pause button will be added with the next update. I think I can release it in the next few days.


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 Re: Re: Suggestions...

 
 by Whise on: Feb 24 2009
 
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just use aplay "sound.wav"


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 Re: Re: Re: Suggestions...

 
 by Snooze86 on: Feb 25 2009
 
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Oh great idea....

I tried it and it worked :-)

Thank you Whise


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 Re: Re: Re: Suggestions...

 
 by user81304 on: Sep 30 2011
 
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Using ALSA's aplay feature is a good work-around, since the system bell function ("beep"), using the PC speaker, is broken in Ubuntu and from my research on the subject has been broken for a long time. Actually, "wrecked" would be a more apt term, as someone decided years ago that the bell signal was annoying and took steps to disable it. Moreover, some systems may not even have a speaker in them, or the speaker is a tiny piezoelectric sounder on the motherboard that puts out such a low sound as to make it virtually inaudible.


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 Well done!

 
 by clydejsn on: May 12 2009
 
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Great addition. Thanks!


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 Thanks!

 
 by burikoy on: Jun 21 2009
 
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Thanks for this very useful and good-looking screenlets.

Just a little request: Prepaid broadband is in wide use in our country. Can you create a timer that also keeps track of/displays how much is being charged from our prepaid account (Example: an hour of usage will cost 50 cents)?

and can the countdown timer be set to ring 5 minutes before it expires so that the user will be forewarned?

Again thanks.


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 Re: Thanks!

 
 by Snooze86 on: Sep 3 2009
 
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Hi thanks for your comment.

Sorry that I answered so late, but I stupidly overlooked your comment.

Your suggestions sounds good, especially the last one. I think I will do it.

For the idea with the prepaid costs, I think it will be better to make an new screenlet only for this use. Possibly by using the code off this screenlet.


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