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Tea Time version 1.19.0076   &  Time Check version 1.03.0004


     Alerts you when it's TEA TIME! At selected intervals, a message well tell you to take a break. It also logs total time you spend on the computer per session onto a log you can analyze with the companion program, TimeCheck.


You only see a small clock face on your desktop! The clock face is fully customizeable, you can adjust the size from standard to tiny. The above captures standard size 8 point font. Tiny uses less than 20 pixels at 4 point font. Tiny is even clear at 1024X768! The entire program is only 125Kbytes. Tea Time took over 2000 lines of code over a two year period to write. (Thats 35 pages of single spaced, at 12 point with .75' margins.

1.38 Megs, 3 Min at 56K
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LATEST UPDATES:
1.19.76
optimized code for pentium pro, increases speed by 5%. This'll run
slower now on AMD chips but its still pretty fast. I also properly
assigned the variables to take up as little space as possible. Its
y31.65k complient remember?

1.18.75
fixed date error caused by user repeatedly changing the date and time
during a single session. (Don't you guys have better things to do?)
Anyway, no matter how much you mess around with the date, extensive
compensations will adjust for it. Yes, its y10K complient now. Heck.
Its even y31K complient. Just 29 more centruies before i have to
update the code! Debug this release was a pain in the butt.

1.18.74
fixed problem when the system timer changed to give erraneous values.
(you can be on for -2 hours, right?)

1.18.70 - 1.18.73
fixed bug that cause the program to *always* be on top. added debug
button, which will be soon removed.

1.18.69
Beta Version: Tests for residual data after unloading

1.18.68
Found bug... or rather, my fault. Forgot to update the ini script
initializer. Done! Fixed!

1.18.67
Attempted to fix always on top bug that caused it to sometimes not
be on top. doh!

1.18.66
Added always on top function. (Its a real win api function!) eXcuse
the pun.

1.18.65
Now the easter egg will actually show if u do it right.... and
often enough

1.18.64
Fixed bug in easter egg that caused it to not show, ever. Ha!

1.18.63
Added easter eggs! and cool quotes! And even a lame chemistry
saying, yayyyyyyy!

1.18.62
Fixed spelling mistake....

1.18.61
Made the nessessary modifications for an release... ie got rid
of debug-printing routines and hidden notes!

1.18.60
Added the prevInst code so only when clock will run at at time.
Now you can't accidentally run it twice and mess the script log.
But i haven't found a OS yet that can boot up twice before
shutting down...

Spiced up about section.

Everythin seems error free now, i've rechecked every routine that
may screw up... there's no kernal-specific code (maybe a few) so
it should work on all platforms.

1.18.59
Added an about section. Just click the tea mug!

Inserted default variables if you "accidentally" delete or corrupt
the ini settings file.

1.18.58
Re-Fixed mid-night error which caused time to jump to -29 hours.
Now that's late! Now Tea Time is certified Y2k complient up to
2068 with windOze 98, or to 9999 AD if you get the win 98 y2k
update pack. But who's gonna use windows in 2069? I'm switching
to win2000 next year.

Re-corrected color error. Its finally fixed. I didn't realize
variables were dynamically updated so i couldnt cram 4 lines
of code on one without error. Took me 4 hours for this one.

1.18.57
Fixed the coloring jumping bug of the incorrect pallet.
Windows seems to use Blue-Green-Red instead of R-G-B. Damn them!

Fixed the mid-night error that causes the time to jump ahead
by 10 hours after midnight

1.18.56
3-D ized the settings page

1.18.55
Fixed Binary to Hex algorithm.

1.18.54
Fixed Decimal to Binary algorithm.