Ultimately, I plan to add Stackmat input, but I'm a bit hesitant to implement that without getting a timer myself and making sure it works. I hope to purchase one within the next month (pretty excited for that), and have it working before version 1.0. I've considered implementing manual time input but haven't done it just yet. I'll try and fit it into the next version.Would it be possible to input times manually? Sometimes I like to use stackmat timer, but I love the interface of Block Keeper and it's a great way to keep track of times.
I skimmed over the posts, but didn't see anything about it, so my apologies if it has already been mentioned.
Hey, I appreciate that! It's totally understandable that you would want to test it on your own. Looking forward to future updates.Ultimately, I plan to add Stackmat input, but I'm a bit hesitant to implement that without getting a timer myself and making sure it works. I hope to purchase one within the next month (pretty excited for that), and have it working before version 1.0. I've considered implementing manual time input but haven't done it just yet. I'll try and fit it into the next version.
Thanks! I'll be sending you the files to your email!Hmmmm. My import worked fine. Can you send me the csTimer txt file and your Block Keeper puzzles.json file? It's located at /Users/You/Library/Application Support/Block Keeper. I'll see what's up and try to fix it for you. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Ao100 details appear once 100 solves are in the session. You can see this when you start a new session and only the time is visible and as more times are added, more stats(Mo3, Ao5 etc) appear. I think adding Ao50 would be valuable so I'll likely do that. I include Mo3 for larger events like 7x7x7 where in competition there is only 3 solves, hence a Mo3. That is the only way they could get that stat without calculating it manually within the timer. If anything, it never hurt to have a bit more information.You should add lines for ao100/1000. Maybe sacrificing mo3 because not many people use that. (example: Reddit flairs usually go single/ao5/ao12/ao100/ao1000 or something similar, usually just ao50/ao100 at the end instead of ao100/1000. But still, usually mo3 isn't included.
Thanks. It's possible to record audio but they won't be recorded together and I would need to do a lot of work to merge them into a single video file. Plus the audio would likely just be clicking which is good if you want to know when your turning but doesn't really add a lot. Plus if you use a stackmat timer, the mic will be used for getting data input from that so the mic would be unusable there. I like the idea though, but there are just some conflicts.I must say a great timer. Video is the best bonus. Is there any possibility for audio also? Anyway, great work
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