Release Notes: The action input display is now scrollable for use on small (640x480) displays. You can edit an action by right clicking on one which has been displayed by Action/View. The weekly timebookings by project report can now report on several weeks at a time.
Release Notes: Many features are preferences items, and the projects/edit window is scrollable for when you have more projects than will fit onto a screen. You can also mail an action to somone instead of adding it to your own actions file.
Release Notes: You can now associate a contact name and/or a rate (such as Overtime) with a log entry and can search log entries on the Contact or Activity fields.
Release Notes: This release adds a fix for a bug in the "Time Bookings by Project" report, which only worked for the Year 2000, and some tidying up of the bracketing of expressions to make the code "frink clean". (Frink is a static TCL checker.)
Release Notes: This release includes the ability to edit some preferences via a new File/Preferences screen, more online help, the ability to add contacts (an e-mail address book) and use them to simplify setting up of automatic mailings when the status of an action changes.
Release Notes: This release adds a first pass at some online help, potentially in multiple languages (translators are welcomed). You can now right-click an entry in the 'earlier in the day' display to edit it. Improvements have been made to install.tcl; this release might work for Windows as well as user install under Unix.
Release Notes: Ability to add old log entries (for blocking in days when you were not at your computer), and implementation of the 'Active-after' field for an action, so ou can use the program to set up reminders for future actions.
Release Notes: Now includes the ability to report time booking by project code, and a basic report on time by activity type.
Release Notes: You can now attach a label to an action indicating that someone should be mailed when the state of that action changes.
Release Notes: Completion estimations can now be revised - your original estimates are kept seperately for comparison, minor updates to the tutorial, and some internal changes to tag.tcl.