Keeping Track of Time

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    candle1112

    Great quick time tracker. Takes up no desktop space and is always available.

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    Monreal

    Very nice, just the thing i was looking for, maybe i'll change it to my liking, but for now, ill use it like this!

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    Samson

    I just asked two questions about extending the time tracker to a web-version of itself, but forgot to leave an email address! nwosus@gmail.com

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    Samson

    This is really cool. Seems like you crank this stuff out really easily. Is there a web-version of this time-tracker anywhere???

    Or how easy would it be for me to extent the time tracker to a webversion of what you did???

    Thanks

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    Sims

    I couldn't download the application . Can anyboby help me for updated url.

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    Clint

    @Sims: both links worked for me

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    Clint

    You have the concepts, with ASP.Net Ajax, I think most of the code should remain the same.

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    Clint

    @csharp error:  email me through the contact page and I'll follow up with you.

    - clint

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    csharp error

    throws an exception @

    currentTimeEntryRow.ProjectsRow = (TimeTracker.TimeTrackerDataSet.ProjectsRow)

                       (currentProjectMenuItem.Tag);

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    Arian Kulp's Blog

    This project is a basic time tracking tool which sits quietly in the system tray until needed. Originally published in a Coding 4 Fun article (like most of my projects!), this has evolved somewhat over time as I've used it for my own day-to-day time tracking

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    Ondrej Paulicek

    exactly thing I was looking for. Great arcticle as well. Thanks!!

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