Open: Opens a TikTokToDo timers file with the extension .ttctmr.
Reopen...: A list of recently opened TikTokToDo timer (.ttctmr) file/s. Clicking opens the file.
Auto start: Default = unchecked. If checked causes timing to start the instant a timer is added. If files are saved with 'Auto start' checked, they will start automatically when they are opened. Unchecking Auto start puts the program in manual mode whereby Start and Stop are controlled by clicking Action>Start|Stop or by using the Start/Pause|Resume/Stop buttons. Pressing the space bar will start timing but will not stop timing. To stop timing use Action>Stop or the stop button. Reverts to checked once the evaluation period has expired. If you have Auto start checked then you probably won't want Options>'Play sound on start' checked.
Save: >Actual: Saves timer settings to a TikTokToDo (*.ttctmr) file. Times are stored as actual times. If any timers have expired or the sequence isn't running you won't be able to save a file as actual times.
Note 1: It's fairly unusual to use the 'Actual' mode of saving files, it really has little use but is included for completeness and backward compatibility.
Note 2: For 'actual' time files 'Auto start' is always true, see Auto start above.
>Relative: Saves timer settings to a TikTokToDo (*.ttctmr) file. Times will be restored relatively when the file is re opened. That is, intervals are saved as if the sequence was stopped. For relative saves, 'Auto start' is dependent on the checked state of the Auto start menu item above.
Save As: Same as above but allows you to save the file under a different file name to the one currently open, if any.
Print: >Schedule. Prints the current session details as a schedule. Only available if the sequence is stopped or no pause/resume events have taken place. Note that printing a schedule when the sequence is not running sets the time origin to zero in 24 hour mode and 12hrs otherwise.
>Events. Only available once the sequence is running or when the sequence terminates. Prints out events as they actually happened. See also Print Event Prompt
Notes: Allows you to add notes to the current session. Notes are saved with files.
Auto open file: Allows you to set or clear a file to open every time the program is started.
Note: If you double click a file or define one in Windows StartUp or another program such as Windows Scheduler tries to open a file it will override the Auto Open file.
>Current: Sets the current file as the Auto open file.
>Set: Allows you to choose a file to Auto open.
>Clear: Clears any file previously set to Auto open.
Exit: Closes the application.
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