TimeCult 0.11 Released

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The most notable feature of the new release is filtering time records in Journal by a selected project or task (activity) along with filtering by a range of dates. There is also an experimental feature allowing to export tasks from the task list to Pdf and open a pdf viewer to browse a result. Since any Pdf viewer allows to print a document, it also gives a possibility to preview/print the list. In the future this idea can be also spread to other parts of the application like Journal, Quick TimeSheet etc.
Another feature worth mentioning is notifications. Currently you can set up notifications (Tools/Settings/Notifications) for idle time and running tasks (active timers). A notification window will pop up periodically reminding you of your current activity (or inactivity). This is very handy for those who keep forgeting to start/stop a timer (including me).
Navigate to “Downloads” page to get the fresh release.

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3 thoughts on “TimeCult 0.11 Released

    TimeCult 0.11 Released « CodeFlections said:
    October 29, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    […] have finally managed to publish another release of my open-source application. More information is here. Posted in Uncategorized. Leave a Comment […]

    Rickie said:
    July 17, 2013 at 5:02 pm

    When I originally commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each
    time a comment is added I get several e-mails with
    the same comment. Is there any way you can remove me from
    that service? Appreciate it!

      Rustam responded:
      July 18, 2013 at 10:59 pm

      I think you have two options:
      1) unsubscribe from TimeCult blog (Dashboard/Blogs I Follow) or
      2) stop receiving notifications from any blogs you follow by going to your profile and choosing “Subscriptions Delivery” and then changing “Default e-mail delivery” to “No e-mail delivery” or checking the flag “Block Emails”.
      I don’t think there are many notifications coming specifically from TimeCult blog, so perhaps the last option is preferable.
      – Rustam

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