Re: Day View
- From: Toms <toms baugis gmail com>
- To: S5Fxy2kAHnbN dyweni com
- Cc: hamster-applet-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Day View
- Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 16:47:36 +0100
I'd suggest upgrading to the most recent stable version.
In 2.30 the file name is set to match selected date range. Also the
interval is now in the overview.
What you maybe might miss is, that the day view is gone an instead you
have to specify the range.
If you have any Python coding skills, i would suggest getting the
hamster from git master and try writing a quick script to create the
tsv of your liking and then just run whenever handy - it should be
something like 10 lines or so and would save you all that clicking.
On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 4:02 PM, Lee - Hamster Applet Devel
<S5Fxy2kAHnbN dyweni com> wrote:
> I'm running 2.28.2 or Project Hamster.
> I have a unique requirement of needing to turn in my time on a daily
> basis. I find myself going through the following procedure every morning:
> 1. Open the Overview screen.
> 2. Clicking on 'Day'.
> 3. Reviewing / Editing time for that day.
> 4. Click the Save Report button.
> 5. Changing the filename and the date interval to be just the day that I
> had previously selected.
> 6. Changing the report type to TSV.
> 7. Clicking Save.
> Is there a way to make the Save Report screen automatically set the file
> name and the date interval to be just the day that was selected on the
> overview screen? I'd like to avoid having to do step #5 above - it should
> be done automatically.
> Is this possible?
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