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Tea Timer

Postby Xromos » Sep 8th, '09, 00:40

I know there are several other posts on the matter but they are 1-2+ years old. I love the tea timer and I love adagio. So I was just wondering if there are plans for a Mac version of the Tea Timer. Thanks in advance!

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby theteascoop » Sep 8th, '09, 07:29

Until they come out with the Adagio version for Mac, try http://theteascoop.typepad.com/the_tea_scoop/2007/03/tea_timer.html

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby judyw » Oct 13th, '09, 09:15

That is a great link, thank you.

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby RachelC » Oct 27th, '09, 22:16

Ok so this statement is totally not related to what everyone else is talking about but I will say the "Tea Timer" makes for an excellent "Time Out" timer for my 2 almost 3 year old daughter. I know it wasn't the intended use but nevertheless useful. :D

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby Kitch3ntools » Oct 27th, '09, 22:34

i have the tea timer on my windows laptop which is currently dead lol i now use my Linux laptop so IMO they should make a downloadable tea timer for Linux users too :)

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby AdamMY » Oct 29th, '09, 22:14

Kitch3ntools wrote:i have the tea timer on my windows laptop which is currently dead lol i now use my Linux laptop so IMO they should make a downloadable tea timer for Linux users too :)



Granted I don't know which distro of Linux you are using, but go to the synaptic package manager if you have one and type Timer... there are many to choose from. I don't use one personally but I just did a quick check.

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby Kitch3ntools » Oct 31st, '09, 13:42

AdamMY wrote:Granted I don't know which distro of Linux you are using, but go to the synaptic package manager if you have one and type Timer... there are many to choose from. I don't use one personally but I just did a quick check.


:D Thanks a bunch!! (im Linux noob lol)

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby nonc_ron » Nov 2nd, '09, 12:55

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby AdamMY » Nov 2nd, '09, 13:37

No Problem Kitch

and Ron you must be in shape if you do jumping jacks to time out your tea. At least if you consume tea as much as a lot of the people on the forums.

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Re: Tea Timer

Postby wambli » Apr 18th, '10, 20:23

I use TimeForTea on my Blackberry. You can enter nine different setups

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