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April 14, 2009

MacMation Releases TimeBoxed 1.1.1 – The First Timer To Get Things Done

    MacMation, a new company based in Paris, France, releases TimeBoxed. TimeBoxed is a timer for Mac OS X. It's the first timer that helps you get things done, by not disturbing you by updating the text of remaining text each passing second. It's the first timer that does not display the elapsed time as text, and let the user focus on its real work.

    TimeBoxed supports hours, minutes and seconds. It has a very light user interface. TimeBoxed progress bar is usually green, turns orange when your time is almost up and red when the time is up. The alerts to notify that time is up are highly configurable.

    Configurable Alerts:
    * Progress bar color changes
    * Window animates resizing up and down
    * Bouce dock icon
    * Screen flash
    * Growl message
    * Sound alerts
    * Speech messages
    * Window staying on top of every applications

    The timer can be controled via the main window, the menu bar (with keyboard shortcuts for every main commands) or the dock icon menu. TimeBoxed is AppleScriptable: it can be completely automated, by writing scripts or downloading scripts shared by other users. A lot of features have been developed and then discarded, favoring simplicity. Details have been polished.

    Minimum Requirements:
    * Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard
    * Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel

    Pricing and Availability:
    TimeBoxed is priced at 14.99 euros ($19.99 USD). It is availabile as a free 21 day trial period. Only days where the application is launched are counted from the trial period.

    TimeBoxed 1.1.1
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