1. Set and Save Minimum Clock Settings
2. Select a Skin Color
3. Select the Auto Save Path
4. Enable Idle
6. Manual Input
Set and Save Minimum Clock Settings:
This feature sets your minimum hour requirements, When you click
on "Start Clock right away" then when starting
the clock it starts adding up your price right away. The minimum
can be set from 1/4 hour to 1 hour. Once you have clicked on the
check mark next to the selection you made then when you hit "Close"
it will direct you to the "Options" screen, there all
you have to do is hit "Save" and then it will go away.
This will set up your default settings and it will use this setting
every time you start your program. Now click on "Delay Start"
and hit "Start" This will start adding up your time after
it has reached it's delayed start time.
Setting it to "Start clock after minimum" your
minimum price will show up in the "Base" price. So the
clock will keep adding up, but your price will not, it will wait
till it has reached the setting you requested then the price will
start to increase.
Select Skin Color:
If your bored with the current skin color you can
change it to 1 of 4 selections.
Select Auto Save Path:
Here you can select the Auto Save Path. The default
"C:\Program Files\Doc Design\Job Timer2\AutoSave.hpl"
When you do not have a path for your project to be
save as, then the program will notice that you don't have a save
path. When you click on "Enable Auto Save" in "Options"
then every 3 minutes your program will start saving your progress
so you don't loose any information due to either accidentally closing
the program without saving, power outage or a system crash.
When you get your program back up and running again,
just open the "AutoSave.hpl" File and your information
will be in tacked. If you have a save path already, your program
will save your progress to that file instead.
Idle is when you walk away from the computer and forget
to shut down the clock, it will stop the clock for you, then when
you move the mouse or hit a key on the keyboard the clock will start
back up again.
This feature will remind you to turn on the clock
if you haven't already.
This is for those of
you that can't be on the computer every second of the day or
nor do you want your computer adding up the time for you. You
can also use this for times that you know what time you started
on the job and what time you ended, but you never even touched
your computer today. Now you can add your time manually hit apply
and it will add the times to Job Timer for you. Hit Check to
complete the entries, because even though it's trying very hard
to calculate the time for you it still needs to make adjustments.
Check to make sure that it's working correctly. (This feature
is still Beta testing there will be some adjustments to the program
to make it work better.) To access this, enter into your Administrator
Options and click on
"Manual Input ON" this will enable the ability to use
this new feature.