UpTime plugin v.1.0 - has been released
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Yuri Kobets
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04-13-2003, 02:17 PM -
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[Image: uptime.gif]
UpTime plugin is designed to show the Windows up time. UpTime supports skins.

More Information: http://www.truelaunchbar.com/plugins/uptime.php
Download: http://www.truelaunchbar.com/plugins/bin/tlbuptime.exe
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Doug Smith
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04-13-2003, 03:50 PM -
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Suggestions for Uptime - next version

Single click shows

1 Longest uptime recorded
2.Time since last boot

Thank you
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04-13-2003, 08:43 PM -
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I second those suggestions - and have a small one of my own - allowing the plugin to be 'centered', so that when you put it on a menu, it doesn't right justify. The 'clock' plugin has a center option that is actually quite handy. Smile

Other than that, excellent plugin - thank you!

~eldryne
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04-16-2003, 02:55 PM -
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The new uptime plug is a very good idea.

I would like to suggest an extension to this. I use my system to run chemical experiments.

Could some stopwatch like timers be added to uptime? It would be nice to be able to click Uptime and start a timer and then click again to stop the timer.

Such timers could also be in reverse to do countdown timing too. Such as number of weeks/days/ hours to events.

I think this would be very helpful to many people.
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04-17-2003, 04:32 PM -
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I'll release timers and the record of longest uptime in the next version.

Quote:Time since last boot
Up time is the time since last boot or you say about last time of previous session?
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04-17-2003, 06:02 PM -
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Thank you very much. That's great news about the timers. I think there are many uses for timers on the PC. Please allow for several timers.

- Yes I agree uptime is TIME FROM BOOT. I wonder if Uptime can also keep alog of BOOTS like this

Jan 01 03:23 Boot
Jan 04 12:44 Boot
etc
etc

- Can uptime also record time from start of session.

Thank you for acting so quickly with this idea
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04-19-2003, 11:47 AM -
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Very nice work Smile. Thanks a lot.

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BTW, I can't seem to login. I login and it says I am logged-in, but when it takes me back to where I was, I haven't really logged-in (Guest).

Tried in both Opera 7.10 and IE 6.
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04-19-2003, 02:54 PM -
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OK, figured out how what the login problem is. I was chosing not to remember my login details. For some reason, one cannot login with that option; one must login w/ remembering login details.

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