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Improvements to the Timer class, which now uses
setTimeout instead of
setInterval. This change should remove small, incremental lags in time that could accumulate. See issue #32.
Various dependency updates, most notably:
- electron v4 ➡ v5
- electron-builder v19 ➡ v20
- electron-debug v2 ➡ v3
- Volume control
🔉You can now control the volume level of alert sounds.
- Notifications now display timer duration.
- Fixes #1. This is accomplished by re-initializing the dial animation on window focus and show events.
- Fixed a bug where multiple instances of the timer dial animation would be created, leading to inconsistent animations.
Minor Dev Improvements and About Menu
- Added an About menu with version information and links to releases page and project documentation.
- Pass window icon to constructor.
- Consistent artifact name using electron-builder macros.
- Added build for 32-bit Windows arch. Needs testing on 32-bit system.
- Bug fixes.
- Several dependencies upgraded, including Babel upgrade from v6 to v7.
- Note you may need to uninstall previous versions of Pomotroid prior to installing.
Feature Update: Minimize to Tray
- Option to minimize application to tray
- Tray icon animates dynamically with application timer
This feature is currently only available in Windows.
Feature Update: Auto-start Timer Option
💬Desktop notifications are now available and active by default.
- Ability to set window to always on top.
- New settings menu where you can enable/disable these features.
- Increased click areas for all icon buttons
- Icon CSS class refactoring
This release contains a few small visual updates, including color-coordinated slider bars within the settings menu.
Edit 2018-02-27: Added Debian/Ubuntu flavored Linux binaries.
Initial release of Pomotroid. Currently available for Windows 32/64 and Mac OSX.
Pomotroid is in its early stages, so feedback and contributions are welcome!