NetBeans: Statusline Clock - plugin detail

Displays the current date and time in the IDE's status line, has a timer, an alarm clock and a stopwatch.

NetBeans Plugin - NetBeans: Statusline Clock
Plugin owner: ebaumann
Website: http://code.google.com/p/nbsclock/
Added: 2011-04-17
License: Freeware
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 4,460 times
Rating:
 4.45, by 3 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.04 MB   Last Update: 2014-06-15

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

Bugfix: Save for future usage in Timer will be persisted

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.04 MB   Last Update: 2013-11-30

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

Added alarm, timer and stopwatch. Version 1.5.0 contains a bugfix relating to custom formats.

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2013-06-05

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What's new in this version

Date format can be customized - left mouse click on clock displays customization dialog. Alternative: The options dialog has a tab: Tools > Options > Miscellaneous > Clock.

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.04 MB   Last Update: 2014-06-15

What's new in this version

Bugfix: Timer persists "Save for future usage"

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2012-03-12

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

Version 1.2

  • Internal: Using ScheduledExecutorService; Behaviour should be the same as in Version 1.1

Version 1.1

  • Added day of week (short format)


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Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2012-03-12

What's new in this version

Version 1.2

  • Internal: Using ScheduledExecutorService; Behaviour should be the same as in Version 1.1

Version 1.1

  • Added day of week (short format)


Verifications for NetBeans versions

Plugin is not subject to any verification

Download plugin   Download size: 0.01 MB   Last Update: 2012-03-12

What's new in this version

Version 1.2

  • Internal: Using ScheduledExecutorService; Behaviour should be the same as in Version 1.1

Version 1.1

  • Added day of week (short format)


Verifications for NetBeans versions

Plugin is not subject to any verification



Introduction

NetBeans: Statusline Clock displays the current date and time in the IDE's status line. Features:

  • Customizable format
  • Alarm clock
  • Timer
  • Stopwatch
  • Refresh interval 1 second
  • Symbols for alarm, timer and stopwatch can be hidden
  • To change settings, either left click on the clock or a symbol or use the NetBeans options dialog: Tools > Options > Miscellaneous > Clock

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User Comments

  

@mconstantine.bootstrap

Thanks for reporting the bug. I added an issue to the bug tracker:
https://code.google.com/p/nbsclock/issues/detail?id=5
Posted by ebaumann on Jun 12, 2014
  

Timers not saving

Hi. Thanks for this plugin! I've been using it for a couple of days and really like the features. The only issue I have (and this is kind of a big deal for me) is that once a timer reaches zero, it gets deleted from the list (even though I checked the option to save it). Is there anything that can be done as a work-around for this? I'm on netbeans 7.4 on OSX mavericks.
Posted by mconstantine.bootstrap on Jun 11, 2014
  

Great plugin

This is a great plugin. Works fine, nice alarm feature. No problems with it.
Posted by zootal on Feb 28, 2014
  

Added alarming feature, timer and stop watch

Found some time to add these features.
Posted by ebaumann on Nov 30, 2013
  

@stenly - Alarming feature

Thanks Stan,

thanks for the suggestion. I'm currently have no time to extend the clock. But you can extend the source code, it shouldn't be difficult: https://code.google.com/p/nbsclock/source/checkout
Posted by ebaumann on Aug 21, 2012
  

Alarming feature

Hi there,

Here's an idea for further development. Usually I separate my day into small chunks of 60 to 90 minutes and I can make a good use of your plugin if it can show me a reminder after that period has passed.

Cheers,
Stan.
Posted by stenly on Aug 11, 2012
  

works on nb7.2

Works fine on NetBeans 7.2 on Linux
Posted by unai on Aug 02, 2012
  

working

its not appearing in the palette
Posted by deepak_pilai on Feb 06, 2012
  

@deepak_pilai

The statusline is at the bottom of the main window. If you want a button for a clock panel appearing in the GUI builder Matisse for drag and drop usage within own components, you can use the source code, only little modifications have to be done: Modifications: Instead "implements StatusLineElementProvider" use "extends JPanel" and initComponents() calls add() to the panel itself rather than calling statusLinePanel.add(). The statusLinePanel field is obsolete, also the getStatusLineElement(). After compiling the panel it should be possible either adding it per drag and drop to a palette or onto a container element such as another JPanel.
Posted by ebaumann on Feb 04, 2012
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