I created this Photoshop Timer Panel based on an idea given by Chris Casey.
It is not as detailed and functional as he and I would have liked, but I still hope it is useful to track the time you spend on specific files.
I will research a bit more to try to add a time recording functionality. Ideas are welcome.
This is a CS6 extension only, if you want a CS5 version, please leave a comment saying so.
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10 months ago
I'd like a CS5 version :)
This is brilliant, perhaps time spent, could be automatically saved somewhere under the File Info? But you'll need the functionality where it keeps adding on time if you work on the document at different times. So basically, what ever you record within that 1 file, is recorded, and save as 1 result. Monday, 2 hours, Tuesday 5 hours = Time spent: 7 hours.
Food for thought.
Great idea, I will use it as a timer for a quick sketches. It would be great if it could have count down option. Cheers!
Cool idea dude
Thanks @Norm @Denis Bostandzic @Grilled Pixels @Gianluca Giacoppo
Amazing work, I would love a cs5 version ;)
You should make a pomodoro productivity version out of it!
I like it!
Nice idea Diego!
I like this. thanks. @Diego Monzon
Awesome job! CS5 would be awesome :)
Would like a cs5 version as well :)
He @Diego Monzon may I ask what coding language it requires to create such plugin?
Seems like fun. Good work!
@Kevin Groenendaal it can be done in several different ways, but I used action script for the timer
This is awesome I'd love a CS5 version too!
excellent diego! You did this pretty quick. I'll need to get this installed and give it a try, but so far, I'm impressed
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