I am looking for a wonderful timer program for Mac (OS X 10.7.4 +).
It needs to have a Cocoa GUI (meaning a GUI that isn't ugly, and isn't unnecessarily complicated), the ability to run multiple timers, and the ability to name timers with a decent amount of detail. Sound is an important feature, too.
Command line alternatives are also cool, but not ideal.
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posted by oceanjesse
on Aug 31, 2012 -
Can you help me find floor plan/room layout software that will help my relative run a vendor sales event? [more inside]
posted by germdisco
on Nov 20, 2011 -
My husband mixes dance music using Fruity Loops. I want to get him some CDs for Christmas for samples -- particularly stuff that sounds like Fatboy Slim. Help? [more inside]
posted by heatherfl
on Dec 7, 2009 -
I'm looking for simple GIF animation freeware/cheapware. What are your faves/dogs?
posted by ZenMasterThis
on Nov 24, 2004 -
I'm compiling a disc of useful windows diagnostic and troubleshooting utilities for when I have to make house calls for friends and relatives. what are some maybe lesser known tools that you guys have found particularly useful? freeware would be nice, but not necessary.
posted by mcsweetie
on Aug 6, 2004 -
Needed: Reliable software that will automatically respond to email sales leads, send those sales leads to our dealers in the customer's particular region, and follow up with an email to the customer a week later to see if the dealer has contacted him or her, or if a sale has been made. [more inside...] [more inside]
posted by lotsofno
on Jun 1, 2004 -
I'm looking for new blogware to support a technical writing class I'll be teaching in the fall.
Anybody want to recommend an inexpensive blogware/content manager that I can have installed quickly and learn in a summer? (more inside) [more inside]
posted by answergrape
on May 15, 2004 -
Which WinXP Pro Email Client will play nice with close to 800 megs of emails? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by romakimmy
on Apr 24, 2004 -
As embarrassing as it is to confess, I am not very sophisticated with computers and technology. Recently my computer has become the eager droid of "purityscan," which (to my never ending frustration and dismay) opens a few hundred pop-ups per hour. I Googled for the best spy/pop up removal software, but I am unable to tell the good guys from the bad guys. I downloaded and ran "adaware" but now that they have identified "368 spyware components" on my computer they want $30.00 to remove them. I have no problem paying to end this problem, but I do not want to pay for dreck or pay evil extortionists who create the problem and then sell the solution. So: Which software is best, from an honest company, to fix this loathsome problem?
posted by limitedpie
on Mar 5, 2004 -