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openTimetool is a Web-based, sector-independent project time tracking tool for service provision companies such as agencies and IT support firms, publishing houses and editorial offices, consultancy firms, training companies, and freelance workers.

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Release Notes: Print export layout was improved and daily sums are included. Admins are now allowed to track times with a period log for other users. The email header for server email messages is now adjustable in config.php. On the team maintenance page, all displayed users are now sorted alphabetically. Minor parameter changes were made for htmldoc (html2pdf). Fileicons were updated in the export area. Minor bugs were fixed.

Release Notes: Only current projects will be shown in the mobile log project list now. On the iPhone, content is now automatically scaled. The print view layout for export was improved. Account creation of non-LDAP users on LDAP authentication systems is now possible. Non-LDAP users may change their password now. The report template for OpenOffice 1.x was eliminated. Minor bugfixes and cleanup were done.

Release Notes: Support was added for LDAP and non-LDAP accounts. An account is automatically created for a properly authenticated LDAP user during the first log in. The colors in the overview by project were adapted (up to 100% green, > 100% yellow, > 125% red). The mobile log's time will now be updated with the server time. A check for login with a mobile browser was implemented. Some minor bugfixes and cleanup were done.

Release Notes: openTimetool is now ready for PHP 5.3. Major performance improvements were made for the team page. Functionality for deleting old export files on the export popup is now available.

Release Notes: Project-related reports are possible now due to an enhancement to OOTemplate-based export. An incorrectly calculated sum in the export to OO-template is fixed.


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