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Task Timer

   0.4.2  

Plasmoid Script

Score 88%
Task Timer
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Downloads:  551
Submitted:  Jun 7 2010
Updated:  Feb 2 2014

Description:

This is a very simple plasmoid to keep track of your time.

Once you add some tasks, click on one to start timing. Red tasks are paused, green tasks are being timed.

You can also reset, rename and delete tasks.

Time is measure in hours:minutes:seconds

INSTALL
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There are 2 ways to install this plasmoid:

1. Click on 'Get New Widgets' from the Plasma 'add widgets' window. From there choose 'Download from internet' then find and select Task Timer.

2. The other way is to download the plasmoid file from the link below. Then in the terminal type:

plasmapkg -i tasktimer.plasmoid

To upgrade/reinstall type:

plasmapkg -u tasktimer.plasmoid

Requires Python script engine for Plasma

Installation on Ubuntu
sudo apt-get install plasma-scriptengine-python


AUTHORS
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Kai Maaßen (hateshark), Shafqat Bhuiyan (priomsrb)


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Enjoy!




Changelog:

0.4.2 - 01/02/14
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- Fixed Bug: Vertical layout discarded after reboot

0.4.1 - 01/12/13
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- New function to reset all timers at once

0.4 - 05/02/12
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- New maintainer: Kai Maaßen
- Added settings for vertical/horizontal layout
- Starting a task stops the current one automatically

0.3 - 30/01/11
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- Added changing task time manually. Patch by Tomás Teijeiro Campo

0.2 - 09/06/10
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- Added settings to change task colors
- Added 'Reset Timer' menu item
- Edit boxes are now the same size as buttons
- Pressing Esc while editing cancels editing

0.1 - 07/06/10
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- Initial release




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 Vertical layout

 
 by ewk1956 on: Feb 19 2013
 
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Hi priomsrb,

I just install this task timer. How should this vertical layout operate? I have succes to get only one line to it. Horisontal layout is ok but it use too much panel space.


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 Re: Vertical layout

 
 by hateshark on: Feb 26 2013
 
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Hi Esa,

on a plasma desktop, you can place your plasmoids in the controlpanel _and_ on the desktop.
The horizontal layout fits well in the control panel while the vertical layout is a better choice for the entire desktop.

Task Timer does not fit its layout automtically yet.

Hope this helps! Greetings
Kai


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 Re: Vertical layout

 
 by hateshark on: Feb 26 2013
 
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I forgot to mention that Task Timer does not support multiple row or multiple column layout.


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 sorting entries?

 
 by janet on: Apr 16 2013
 
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Is it - or will it be - possible to sort the entries? I tried dragging them to a different position but alas that didn't work...

I'd like to have entries "grouped" that belong together (still need to have them separated), even if tasks are added later. And it would also helpful when I want to have them sorted by relevance.


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 Re: sorting entries?

 
 by hateshark on: Apr 23 2013
 
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Hi Janet! Thank you for your request!

This feature is welcome and will hopefully be supported in the next version of task timer.


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 Awesome plasmoid

 
 by msx on: Jul 7 2013
 
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While it is certainly a fairly simple app I've found it suits my needs for elemental time-tracking when working with some customers' projects - thanks a lot for sharing it!

Now, I want to point out a strange bug - albeit not a serious one - I noted with TaskTimer: whenever I click on a newly created task the button will automatically resize a few pixels when I click on it to let the counter go, may be you want to give it a check?

Btw, I already packaged it for Arch and Chakra.
Best regards.


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 Re: Awesome plasmoid

 
 by hateshark on: Jul 7 2013
 
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Hi msx,

I couldn't fix this resizing bug, yet, but will still have an eye on it.


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 Reset all timers

 
 by Phobeus on: Oct 14 2013
 
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I am currently using this plasmoid to stop the times working on different projects. These information needs to be extracted daily into an internal system and so each morning I have to reset all the tasks. So this basically means clicking a lot each morning to reset the timers each by each.

I would ask for a feature (small button bellow, configurable?) that allows to reset all tasks timers at once. I could imagine that others having similiar scenarios as well.


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 Re: Reset all timers

 
 by hateshark on: Oct 24 2013
 
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This feature is a rather simple one and should not take much time to implement.

I would prefer to have a new entry in the context menu instead of a button.


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 Vertical Layout resetting to Horizontal on reboot

 
 by RJSC on: Jan 16 2014
 
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I can have my tasks on a vertical layout and it all works fine until I reboot.
After a reboot, all the tasks are on horizontal layout (some of them even pop out of the desktop area).
When I open the configuration, the horizontal layout is selected and I can change it to vertical again.
On the next reboot, it resets to horizontal again and so on.

Is the plasmoid trying to store the setting on a file not on the user home directory (hence being unable to write to it)?

I changed the inactive task color from red to gray and that gets saved and survives reboots...


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 Re: Vertical Layout resetting to Horizontal on reb

 
 by hateshark on: Jan 19 2014
 
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Settings are stored in ~/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc.

Via
cat ~/.kde/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc| grep horizontal_layout
you can see the value of the layout setting.

For more investigation on this bug I need info about your KDE version.


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 Re: Re: Vertical Layout resetting to Horizontal on

 
 by dantefff on: Jan 20 2014
 
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I have exactly same bug.
I am running kde 4.8.4 on debian wheezy


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 Re: Re: Re: Vertical Layout resetting to Horizonta

 
 by hateshark on: Jan 20 2014
 
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You guys are right.
I didn't come across this bug because I always use the horizontal layout.
I will fix this soon.


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 Source code

 
 by dantefff on: Jan 21 2014
 
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Is there any repository or something like that from where I could fetch the sources?


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 Re: Source code

 
 by dantefff on: Jan 21 2014
 
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I'll autorespond myself with a message from Feb 3 2011

"- Rename tasktimer.plasmoid to tasktimer.zip
- Extract tasktimer.zip
- The source code is in the contents/code/ directory"


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