(Red Hot Timer)
There are many ways to start a new timer, you can choose the most convenient for you:
Add a timer using the input field on the main application window.
Click on icon in status bar and pull down a knob. Adjust the timer value by moving the knob down or up. The value is displayed in the panel near cursor and on app icon in dock. By default, the value is rounded to the nearest 5 minutes. To disable rounding, hold down ⌘ command key. To select mode (interval or time) use ⎇ alt key.
You can open the context menu from the main window, the status bar and the app icon in dock. The menu contains popular values for timers and your shortcuts.
In the preferences you can create shortcuts for the most used timers or scenarios and assign hot keys to them.
You can use the spotlight search bar to create new timers. Еnter the command after the scheme
These deeplinks can be used to integrate with other applications.
Activate If you want to keep the app always at hand.
Disable this option if you do not want to visible the window at startup and when the application is activated.
Activate If you want to free up space in the dock.
*If the icon remains in the recent apps section, then it can be removed using the context menu (App Icon -> Context Menu -> Option -> Remove from Dock.)
Activate if you want to keep an eye on the remaining time.
Activate if you don't want to miss any timer, even if there is no mac user activity.
Deactivate if you are annoyed by a blinking colon.
Autocompletion consists of your frequently used timers and shortcuts.
Deactivate if you want to manually start the timer after creation.
Deactivate if you want to manually delete timers after expiration. For example, if you were not around during the signal.
Activate if you want to repeat the signal after the timer expires. This option is available only if the previous option is disabled. You can select the repetition interval from 1 minute to 1 hour.
Activate this option if you need to see the timer immediately after adding.
Activate this option if you need to see the timer expiring. For example, if you added a label with a reminder.
Activate this option if you want to see the countdown window in advance. For example, in order to turn off the sound signal.
This setting allows you to control the order of the window if there are no active timers.
Deactivate if you don't want the expiration time under timer to be show. You can choose the type of timer for this option.
Activate this option if you want to display only the timer in the window and hide the controls and expiration time when not needed.
Activate this option if you want to display time after timer expires. Time will go forward.
You can configure the sound that will be played at start, at work and at expiry of the timer.
You can choose a melody from the list provided or add your own.
You can set the volume relative to the system volume.
You can limit or extend the signal duration. If this option is disabled then signal duration will be equal the melody duration.
Activate this option if you want to voice the timer label before playing the sound
Activate this option if you want so that if the system volume is lower than the settuped level during the signal, then the application automatically raises the volume so that you do not miss your timer.
You can set the time interval during which the sound signal will never play.
Activate if you want to receive push notifications when the timer expires
Activate if you want to receive additional push notifications before the timer expires. For example to turn off the sound signal if you don't need it now.
Activate if you want to see a badge with the number of expired timers on the application icon in dock.
If you often create the same timers or scenarios, it will be useful for you to create shortcuts for them. You can set the parameters and assign hotkeys to quickly create concrete timers or scenarios.
You can schedule daily recurring tasks. They will be automatically added to the timer list on the selected weekdays and time.
'Timer or Scenario' field is filled in the same way as on the main window.
In 'Add at' field you can select time at which the countdown starts. Accordingly, this value must be less than the expiration time of the timer.
Note! If the time for adding has expired but the scheduled timer has not yet expired, then the timer will still be added, otherwise it will be ignored.
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