TimeTracker OSX 1.3.5 beta release

TimeTracker OSX 1.3.5 beta release software update 150x150

I want to announce the availability of the next beta release of TimerTracker for Mac. Version 1.3.5 has the following modifications:

  • IMPORTANT! requires Mac OS 10.5 or higher
  • fixed issue 44 where CSV export did not include seconds.
  • fixed issue 45 bring back drag and drop support for projects and tasks
  • fixed issue 28 added support to close the main window and leave TimeTracker running
  • fixed issue 49 Text filtering broken when used in conjunction with smart filters
  • fixed issue 47 filterbox sometimes appears partially out of view
  • now when loading data (importing from old versions) TT makes sure that task names are not duplicated within a project

I have not marked it as public as I first want to see how “daring people” fare with this. So let me know if you have problems.

You can either grab it via the updater or from here http://time-tracker-mac.googlecode.com/files/Time%20Tracker-1.3.5.zip

15 Gedanken zu „TimeTracker OSX 1.3.5 beta release“

  1. I, thanks for upgrade your good Time Tracker !!!

    So, I have some bug with the new release (1.3.6).

    1 – If time run, I can’t rename at same time some Task or project. Doing stop the timer to rename then !

    2 – You don’t keep the keyboard shortcuts for export in CSV …

    I have these problem to in the version 1.3.4.


    Thanks for watching these problem !

    Bye !

  2. Hmmm. I was just filling out my client’s time reporting page and got a CSV that did’t include seconds. The ‘Duration’ column was HH:MM:SS when I opened the CSV in OpenOffice 3.1.1. It’s not a huge deal, but it was way easier to sum my AM and PM by highlighting the cells and seeing the Sum displayed automatically in OO.O.

    I couldn’t find a setting for seconds vs. HH:MM:SS anywhere. Is there any such thing? Under ‘About’ Time Tracker, I see 1.3.5.

    (BTW, thanks for the advice on symlinks for the database. It’s working out really well for what I needed.)

  3. Hmmmm…

    Both from my laptop and my desktop, I get CSV files that look like this excerpt…

    “XYZ2010″;”Asia XYZ”;”2010-01-07″;”2010-01-07 08:56:42″;”2010-01-07 13:41:01″;”04:44:19″;””

    I’ve been upgrading to the betas — I see 1.3.5 in the ‘about’ screen – upgraded not long after it was released. I can only find one version of TT anywhere on my HDs. What am I missing?

    1. @Angus, the text you copied shows seconds (04:44:19 => 4h 44min 19s). Maybe the program you are importing into expects a different format? I tried excel and numbers and both seemed ok. Maybe you should try and export from OO into CSV and see how it encodes seconds.

  4. Thanks for working on TimeTracker. I noticed that Finder info window will not display the current version of TimeTracker like other applications do. When adding the string “Bundle versions string, short” with the version number to the Info.plist file Finder will display this information after restart.

  5. What’s the best way to move my data from one machine to another. I Exported it fully expecting to Import it on the other machine. Any tricks, or do I have to find the associated Preferences/Database?

    Besides adding an Import command, one feature that I keep hoping for is the ability to drag a task from one section to another. I’ve recorded time in the wrong projects before. Instead of dragging them to the appropriate project/task, I am forced to manually reenter them and delete the old one.

    Great App! Keep up the good work!

    1. Hi Cameron
      about moving recordings to a different project, simply double click them, there are 2 comboboxes that let you move data to a different project/task.

      Regarding migrating to a different machine, the files you are looking for are in ~/Application Support/TimeTracker, just copy them to the new machine and you should be good.

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