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PC Magazine volume 11 number 19 - TIME! for Windows.
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Contents of the TIME!.DOC file



TIME!.EXE (Version 1.0) Copyright (c) 1992 Douglas Boling
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First Published in PC Magazine November 10, 1992 (Utilities)
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TIME!:

TIME! is a Windows 3.1 specific utility that lets you set three
individual timers. Set the timers and TIME! will beep your speakers when
each expires.

Compiling TIME! source code requires Borland C++ 3.0, or Microsoft C 6.0
and the Windows 3.x SDK (Software Development Kit).

USING TIME!

TIME! works the way the cooking timer in your kitchen does.
The program actually contains three independent timers, each with the
ability to be set, started, and stopped. All share a single display,
however, so only one timer's setting can appear during any given period;
the three buttons immediately below the display let you make your
selection. Pressing the Timer 1 button, for example, instructs the
program to show time remaining on its first timer. A black bar above
the button indicates the timer you've chosen.

The three timers can run simultaneously. The digital display shows
the time remaining until the currently selected timer reaches zero.

The Minute and Second buttons allow you to set the time. To add a
minute to the currently displayed timer, you simply press the Minute
button. The Second button works the same way. The buttons function
only if the timer is stopped.

The Start/Stop button performs its functions on the displayed timer
only. If the timer is running, the button is labeled Stop; otherwise
it says Start. A timer can be started and stopped repeatedly. When
restarted, the count continues from the currently displayed time.
For example, if you halt a timer that is showing 0:59, add one minute,
and reactivate it, counting continues from the new time--1:59.

A shortcut allows you to quickly set the displayed time with a
minimum of effort. Clicking the left mouse button on a digit increases
it by one. Clicking the right button decreases it a unit. Again,
the timer must be stopped.

After you've set and started one or more timers, you can minimize
the TIME! window. When one of the timers expires, TIME! pops to the
foreground and beeps the speaker.

The look of the TIME! digits can be set to resemble either a liquid
crystal display (LCD) or a light-emitting diode (LED) display. In LCD
mode, TIME! displays the digits as black numbers on a gray background
(like LCD watches). LED mode produces red numbers on a black background.
While LED watches went out of style with Disco, red on black still looks
pretty good.

Changing the look is simple. Choose either LED or LCD from the
Display menu. Finally, to terminate the program, choose Exit.

To install TIME!, copy the files TIME!.EXE and DIGIT.DLL into a
directory located on your path. As with all Windows programs, TIME!
can be run from the Program Manager using the File, Run menu selection.
To make running the program convenient, you can install the TIME! icon
in the Program Manager using the File New menu selection.
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Douglas Boling is a Contributing Editor to PC Magazine.


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