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A windowed / full-screen countdown timer. Colour and font size changes are used as warnings. Progress-bar gives a glance at the time stream.

Useful for time-tracking of your speech, lecture or presentation.

Colour / font / time limits can be changed using
settings window and hot-keys.

Available hot-keys:

[Space], [s], Mouse click – start/stop the timer.
[F11], [f], Mouse double-click – Full screen on/off.
[Esc] – Exit.
[b] – Border-less on/off.
[F1], [h] – This help.
[m], Mouse left click – Menu window.
[Left], [Up] – Increase time by 1 minute.
[Right], [Down] – Decrease time by 1 minute.
[r], Mouse middle click - reset timer.
[c] - Clock mode.
[e] - Elapsed time mode.
[l] - Remaining time mode.
[t] - Toggles „Always on top” and normal windows modes.

You can change current time with the mouse wheel as well.
By clicking on progress-bar, the timer mode is toggled.


  • Countdown timer with three warnings
  • Can be switched between the remaining time and the elapsed time modes
  • Full-screen on/off
  • Window's borders on/off
  • Changeable background and text colours
  • Changeable font
  • Translucent clock-face (on/off)
  • Progress bar (on/off)
  • The decrease of time makes the size of numbers bigger (on/off)
  • It's possible to save and restore several configurations
  • Several command-line parameters are available
  • May be used as an ordinary digital clock


End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Lazarus, Free Pascal

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