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Simple Chrono

Simple Chrono aims at being easy to use, with its minimalist but user-friendly interface. You can measure time, get several times, save all this in a text file, or just copy it into the clipboard easily.

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A new web interface 24 Jul 2011 21:52

Simple Chrono has now a new web interface available on http://pierre.dalbianco.free.fr/simplechrono You can now learn a bit more about this project or get informed about what's new through it.

Recent releases

  •  26 Jul 2011 21:19

    Release Notes: This version mainly improves Linux integration, but the Windows version also got some code improvements.

    •  25 Jul 2011 21:08

      Release Notes: A big effort has been made to clean up the code. The about box has been edited and now points to the official Web site. But the main effort resides in the Linux version. The project now compiles and runs on a Linux system. The Linux version also benefits from a totally rebuilt interface. As the graphical result is not really what was expected, a GTK# version is being considered.

      •  22 Jul 2011 21:59

        Release Notes: An edit menu was added. Control of the list box has been improved, and you can now undo changes. One bug has also been fixed.

        •  21 Jul 2011 20:11

          Release Notes: Improved support language (using Settings instead of an ini file). The application has a new design: you can now delete times from the list. The "About" dialog has also been redesigned.

          •  20 Jul 2011 20:04

            Release Notes: This release adds a status strip to notify new events.

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