Problems moving the start time back.

Abhishek Dwaraki's Avatar

Abhishek Dwaraki

22 Feb, 2016 04:33 AM

Hi Niko,
          This is something that I noticed of late (I am quite certain it was not the case before). If I start a timer and my computer has been idle for a certain amount of time, the notice comes up saying my computer has been idle and if I want to move my timer back. Earlier, I believe if I had the timer running and moved the timer back, it would deduct the requisite amount of time from the elapsed time and the timer would continue running. When I do this now, it stops the current timer and I have to restart it.

Did some functionality change?

Regards,
Abhishek.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Niko on 23 Feb, 2016 12:32 PM

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    Hi Abhishek,

    The idle time handling has always been the same.
    You have two options to choose from when the idle time panel pops up:
    1. Continue timing and keep the timer running.
    2. Move the timer back to when the computer went idle and stop it.

    Kind regards,
    Niko

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