# Huge qqTimer Update!

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#### ConnorN

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Is there any way to seperate times for different cubes, CubeTimer style? It's the only reason I still occasionally use CT.

#### ConnorN

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That works as a short term thing, but there are only five sections, and it can get confusing as to what puzzle each session is for. :confused:

#### Ickathu

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That works as a short term thing, but there are only five sections, and it can get confusing as to what puzzle each session is for. :confused:
I put a spoiler at the first solve of each session that says the event.

#### antoineccantin

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I have the opposite problem. I find there's not enough sessions. I always have the mzrg qqtimer and the qqtimer.net one open so I can have 10 sessions.

It's pretty obvious for me what event it is because I know what I average on it The only one that might be hard would be feet and 4x4, and sometimes I even have trouble with OH and 2H

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#### aronpm

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I have the opposite problem. I find there's not enough sessions. I always have the mzrg qqtimer and the qqtimer.net one open so I can have 10 sessions.

It's pretty obvious for me what event it is because I know what I average on it The only one that might be hard would be feet and 4x4, and sometimes I even have trouble with OH and 2H
If you have somewhere to host the modified files, that is pretty easy to change. (I don't think browsers store cookies for files on your computer)

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Code:
<select id="sessbox" size="1" onchange="getSession(); loadList(); getStats(true);"><option value="1">1</option><option value="2">2</option><option value="3">3</option><option value="4">4</option><option value="5">5</option></select>
make it
Code:
<select id="sessbox" size="1" onchange="getSession(); loadList(); getStats(true);">
<option value="1">1</option>
<option value="2">2</option>
<option value="3">3</option>
<option value="4">4</option>
<option value="5">5</option>
<option value="6">6</option>
<option value="7">7</option>
<option value="8">8</option>
<option value="9">9</option>
<option value="10">10</option>
</select>
etc

#### antoineccantin

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That works as a short term thing, but there are only five sections, and it can get confusing as to what puzzle each session is for. :confused:
Try this version: http://antoine.ccantin.ca:8870/qqtimer/

I modded it a bit so that there are 20 sessions, which you can change the name of by clicking on "Sessions" (which is now a link). The names of the sessions should remain until you further change them.

#### Cheese11

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Hey guys.

Recently, whenever I use qqTimer, my spacebar never stops the timer the first time. I usually have to press it 5 or 6 times (The last two are usually pretty hard). I was wondering if anyone else was having the problem or if it is just my keyboard.

#### antoineccantin

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Hey guys.

Recently, whenever I use qqTimer, my spacebar never stops the timer the first time. I usually have to press it 5 or 6 times (The last two are usually pretty hard). I was wondering if anyone else was having the problem or if it is just my keyboard.
It's probably your keyboard. Try using a different browser if it still doesn't work.

#### SAICubed

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I think it might be your keyboard. Keep in mind i'm not an expert so wait for more responses

#### Smiles

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on qqtimer you don't have to use spacebar to stop the timer, so try using any other key and see if it works.

#### Julian

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Hey guys.

Recently, whenever I use qqTimer, my spacebar never stops the timer the first time. I usually have to press it 5 or 6 times (The last two are usually pretty hard). I was wondering if anyone else was having the problem or if it is just my keyboard.
Try hitting another key? When I timed with keyboard, I stopped the timer by just hitting the keyboard in the general area of the bottom row of letters/spacebar.

#### yohanestheda

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it's just your keyboard maybe, or your browser, try another keyboard and browser

#### JianhanC

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bump. so I saved ~100 6x6 times into notepad because I was paranoid that I have to reset the cookies again. Now I can't import all of them back at the same time. Is there an alternative?

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bump. so I saved ~100 6x6 times into notepad because I was paranoid that I have to reset the cookies again. Now I can't import all of them back at the same time. Is there an alternative?
cstimer has that possibility. You add one time, with a comma after it and then the next time (example: 2:38.35, 3:01.07, 2:59.56...) As far as I know it doesn't work that way
on QQ

#### JianhanC

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cstimer has that possibility. You add one time, with a comma after it and then the next time (example: 2:38.35, 3:01.07, 2:59.56...) As far as I know it doesn't work that way
on QQ
Yes, but I prefer qqtimer's interface. Or else I could have just as easily used CCT or Prisma.