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RobbeR Redmine Time Tracker

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This extension allows you to track time in Redmine

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Description from store RobbeR Redmine Time Tracker v1.3.1 [email protected] Spent time store into cookies In case of page refresh or automatic logout => Spent time does not lost Changed in 1.3.1: - Timer starts automatically, when you click on edit inside an issue - Add 3 buttons (add 1 minute, add 5 minutes, add 10 minutes) to increment your spent time manually - Bug fixes Changed in 1.2: - Load scripts only if necessary (if tab is really a redmine page). The following Redmine meta tag triggers the time tracker: <meta name="description" content="Redmine" /> If you remove this line from Redmine source code, this extension will stop working Changed in 1.1: - Fixed timers throttling problem in FF and Chrome (issue details: https://blog.pivotal.io/labs/labs/chrome-and-firefox-throttle-settimeout-setinterval-in-inactive-tabs) with Turuslan's HackTimer.js (https://github.com/turuslan/HackTimer) - Added some styling - Added a reset button

Latest reviews

  • (2018-05-21) Marko Hietaharju: Not working.
  • (2017-12-20) Pavel Shuldyashev: Супер!!! Мне пока нравится.
  • (2017-06-12) Alex Levente Andrejszki: király :)
  • (2016-04-19) Zoltán Keszthelyi: great tool

Latest issues

  • (2017-10-30, v:1.3.1) Karan Singh: How can I start the Time tracker?
    When i want to edit an issue on Redmine, RobbedR Redmine Time Tracker do not automatically start the timer.

Statistics

Installs
470 history
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Rating
4.3 (6 votes)
Last update / version
2016-04-01 / 1.3.1
Listing languages
en

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