Accurately track time with Gstopwatch, simplistic fancy tool
Sometimes, for various reasons, there is a need for "unidirectional" applications, shaped around a specific goal with clear, easy-to-use and solid interfaces, tools usually aimed at fast yet highly accurate actions.
Gstopwatch is, as its name says, a handy stopwatch utility, that allows users to "record" time pieces.
The application is mainly build around big, clearly exposed time numbers, featuring, in its top area fancy time recording and on its bottom space time sequences.
By pressing the
Start timer button, the chronometer begins its activity, activity stopped and immediately logged via the same button, action that, when repeated, continues to add time logs in the bottom "recording" area, from where the user can observe the tracked time sequences.
Gstopwatch features a versatile time maneuvering functionality, meaning, starting the timer and then stopping the timer, logs the time in the logging area with sequences starting from the last time sequence, clicking
Clear time, keeps the same time "history" yet adds new sequences starting with zero, furthermore, via
Clear Log the history is removed, thus the user can start a new fresh cycle.
How do we install Gstopwatch 0.1?
Add the following PPA (Precise)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:trent-/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gstopwatch