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Time-O-Meter development was stopped. Support and assistance cannot be given.

Time-O-Meter is a webbased timesheet-system for engineering offices as well as small and medium sized enterprises of the services sector. It provides flexible project-based timekeeping and simplifies projectcontrolling. www.time-o-meter.de

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    Super Programm, aber die PDF - Ausgabe funktioniert nicht bei mir. Ich habe das Script auf einem Xampp laufen und komm nicht auf die lösung :-(

    Posted 05/21/2014
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    I cannot figure out how to Finalize a timesheet on this software... Can someone help me? What setting is it under? Thanks,

    Posted 02/27/2012
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    Quick and easy way to track time spent on multiple projects for a small team. Maybe usability can be improved but after looking for an open-source solution I think it's one of the best out there.

    Posted 09/10/2010
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