Create timmers using placeholders. ie <<0:00+>>, <<5:00->>, <<time>>, <<date>>, <<shortdate>>, <<longdate>>
*NEW: Pause and restart timers with the d key. Reset timers with the r key. Add $ in a count down or up timer to start it in a paused state. More granular time formatting.
Slides Timer is an extension which will automatically bring timers to life in presented slides. Times placed between << and >> will be replaced with a timer. Use - as the last character to count down from the specified time. Use + to count up from the specified time. use <<time>> to display the current time.
<<5:00->> will count down starting at 5 minutes.
<<2:00+>> will count up starting at 2 minutes
<<time>> will display the current time
<<time^>> will display the current time without seconds
<<time&>> will display the current time without am/pm
<<time^&>> will display the current time without seconds and am/pm
<<date>> will display numeric dates in / format
<<shortdate>> will display abbreviated word date values
<<longdate>> will display full word date values
<<00:30-->> will advance to the previous slide on countdown
<<00:30-+>> will advance to the next slide on countdown
<<00:30-@>> will trigger inserted audio on countdown
<<00:30-!>> will trigger inserted video on countdown
<<00:30-~>> will continuously countdown when navigating slides.
<<00:30+~>> will continuously count-up when navigating slides.
<<time>> and <<date>> can now handle more granular formatting.
<<time|hh:mm:ss>> will format as hours minutes seconds
<<date|dd-MM-yyyy>> will format with day, month year
h - single digit 12 hour
hh - double digit 12 hour
H - single digit 24 hour
HH - double digit 24 hour
m - single digit minute
mm - double digit minute
s - single digit second
ss - double digit second
d - single digit day
dd - double digit day
ddd - short weekday
dddd - long weekday
M - single digit month
MM - double digit month
MMM - abbreviated month
MMMM - long month
yy - double digit year
yyyy - four digit year
This extension does not handle user data.