From Lionel Spohr
TimePanic is a time tracking application for the self-employed, for small businesses, or just for anyone who works on a computer. It tracks your hours on a per project basis, distinguishes between billable and non-billable tasks, lets you enter comments, manages your absences, calculates overtime and prints reports. TimePanic can be set to run as a permanently visible icon in the notification area of the Windows task bar. Hourly rates can be flexible and, for example, vary with the time of the day or the day of the week. Sub-projects can use different hourly rates than their parent projects. Based on the hourly rates, reports are capable of calculating net invoice amounts. Unlike most other time tracking software, TimePanic is particularly good at tracking your hours in real time, as opposed to writing them down from memory at the end of the day or the week.
With only two mouse clicks, you can track each relevant task switch in TimePanic at the very moment it happens. This saves you from the hassle of manual time entry, and along the way, your timesheets will become so accurate that your customers will not even think of questioning them. A number of functions in TimePanic have been realized by means of the report feature. Besides printing, they include searching and exporting
# TimePanic now supports multi-user reports (customer request).
# The reminder dialog for user inactivity has undergone a makeover. It now also supports users who keep running their computer all the time and never log off (customer request).
# A new report option lets you include non-chargeable activities in reports and choose whether or not to treat them as chargeable (customer request).
# The two report tabs Activity Filter and Flag Filter now have a Clear button (customer request).
# The report tab Date now has a Today button (customer request).
# Planned breaks contain the data of the original activity. This behavior can now be turned off (customer request).
# The color scheme of Microsoft Office 2007 can now be disabled (customer request).
# It is now possible to set the focus to the reminder window when it opens up (customer request).
# Rounding of times (imposed by the selected duration format) is now applied more transparently and consistently in TimePanic reports (customer request). In previous versions, the moment at which the report generator applied rounding depended on the structure of the report. The purpose of this variability was to minimize the impact of systematic rounding errors. On the downside, it was not always possible to avoid inconsistencies in the way totals and subtotals were calculated. The use of report options could exacerbate inconsistencies related to rounding. As of this version, rounding is applied unconditionally to each individual activity (= early rounding). While this will increase the systematic rounding error in many reports, it will make the effect of rounding more understandable and predictable. If you want to minimize the systematic rounding error, you can use the report option automatically compensate for rounding errors. Click here for more information on rounding.
# To avoid rounding errors, the minimal decimal resolution of the duration format has been changed from 0.01 to 0.05.
# Fixed: If the date format of a report in a matrix mode did not contain the year, the corresponding dates in different years were undesirably grouped together (customer request).
# Fixed: Changing the icon size in the Modify Side Pane Tab dialog did not become effective until TimePanic was restarted (customer request).
# Fixed: If you use the cross symbol in the upper right corner to close complex dialogs such as the Manage Projects window, you are now warned that this will discard your changes (customer request).
# Fixed: When in-place editing of activities is enabled, the first character is not lost any more when typing a comment (customer request).
# Fixed: The Replace function always adjusted the times, even if automatic time adjustment was off.
Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista (32 and 64), 7 (32 and 64)