A simple application for displaying time-remaining for an event, such as for cooking, chess playing, debate speech timing, or governing floor-time at a public speaking event, such as paper presentations. The numbers appear large enough to be seen at a distance, or the display can be shrunk into the corner of a presentation screen. The time-remaining display changes color, as a warning, near end of the duration. Display also shows elapsed time, and has a pause/resume button. The application is a simple stand-alone executable that can be placed on any machine, and does not require internet connection to use it. Can be used to count-down time for events lasting less than one minute, hours, days, or up to a year.

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  • While not the most polished of programs, it does exactly what is needed-- counts down by seconds(configurable) to 0. It also goes beyond zero and displays negative times in red which is nice. You can also have it run a program when it hits 0. Note that I had to put in a value for support, but I have no idea what the support is like as I have never used it. Mind you I do not think it needs any support. (I run on Linux)

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Education, End Users/Desktop

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Programming Language

C

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2012-01-25