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weeTimer - cTimer for Handheld Devices

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Does what it says on the tin. A JavaScript timer for handheld devices. Get it @
http://www.ctimer.co.uk/wee

It is basically a stripped down version of cTimer, with an interface optimised narrow screens. The timer can also be activated via mouse or 'touch' to allow usage with touch screen phones.

Any bugs/probs/desired features let me know. Thx
 
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OT: I think there should be a better way to start and stop it other than clicking on the time.
Which key would be best for you? I'll implement it into the timer.

If you visit this script with your mobile, it will display the keycode when you press a key: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4352576/keytest.html
I was using my ipod touch which doesn't have a phisical keyboard.
OK, so how would you prefer to start/stop the timer?
 
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OT: I think there should be a better way to start and stop it other than clicking on the time.
Which key would be best for you? I'll implement it into the timer.

If you visit this script with your mobile, it will display the keycode when you press a key: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4352576/keytest.html
I was using my ipod touch which doesn't have a phisical keyboard.
OK, so how would you prefer to start/stop the timer?
it'd be cool if you could voice activate it XD
 

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I'm trying to open it in my phone (probably why it won't work).
It's a web-based timer, so you need to load it from your phone's web browser. If your phone doesn't support web browsing then you won't be able to use it, sorry.

I've updated the Wiki [wiki]Mobile Software[/wiki] page with all the mobile timer apps I could find (scroll to bottom). Perhaps you'll find something which works for you there...

I can't get it to work on my phone, Samsung Solstice. ):
Is that using the phone's web browser? How far does the page render and what error do you get?
 
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