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Main Features

  1. The TypOmeter
  2. The Popup Menu
  3. The Type Recorder
  4. Key Statistics(New!)
  5. Applications(New!)
  6. History(New!)
  7. Key Hint (New!)
  8. Beep on Bad Key (New!)
  9. Test Yourself (New!)
  10. Skins (New!)

The TypOmeter Interface

  1. Mouse Click counter
  2. Speedometer
  3. Max Speed indicator
  4. Over All Total counter (x1000)
  5. Key Press counter
  6. Word counter (New!)
  7. Max Speed Reached indicator
  8. Bad Key indicator
  9. Special Key indicator
  10. Good Key indicator
  11. Word pr minute indicator (New!)
  12. Average Word pr minute indicator (New!)
  13. Max Word pr minute indicator (New!)
  14. Average Key Press indicator (New!)
  15. Max Key Press indicator (New!)
  16. Hours working in front of Computer(New!)
  17. Hours at Work (New!)

    1. Mouse Click counter

      The Mouse Click counter shows the number of mouse clicks you have performed since you started the TypOmeter.

    2. Speedometer

      The Speedometer shows the speed you are typing with. The speed is measured in keystrokes pr minute. The range of the speedometer is from zero to 900 keystrokes pr minute. The speedometer scale has indicators for every 150 keystrokes pr minute.

    3. Max Speed indicator

      The Max Speed indicator shows the the maximum speed you have typed with the last ten seconds. It uses the same scale as the Speedometer. If you concentrate on the typing a while, you can watch this indicator afterwards to check how fast you typed the last couple of sentences.

    4. Over All Total counter (x1000)

      The Over All Total counter shows number of thousands keypress and mouseclicks you have performed ever. (At least as long as you have used the TypOmeter...)

    5. Key Press counter

      The Key Press counter shows the number of keypresses you have performed since you started the TypOmeter.

    6. Word Counter

      The Word Counter shows you how many words you have typed. This feature works best while writing prosa, i.e. like writing a Word-document. Please also see the the Word pr minute indicator.

    7. Max Speed Reached indicator

      This inidcator will get red if your typing speed exeeds 900 keystrokes pr minute, which is the limit of the TypOmeter.

    8 - 10. Kind Of Key indicators

      In the bottom section of the TypOmeter, the Kind Of Key indicator is inlayed. This inicator shows what kind of keys you have pressed today. The whole length of the Kind Of Key indicator represent 100% of the key hits you have pressed, as shown in the Key Press Counter. The indicator has marks for every ten percent.

    8. Bad Key indicator

      The red area shows the amount of BackSpace and Delete Key-hits you have performed today, in percent of total keypresses. The red area should of course be as small as possible.

    9. Special Key indicator

      The blue area shows the amount of specialkey-hits you have performed today. Special keys are keys like F1..F12, Up, Down, PageUp, Home etc...

    10. Good Key indicator

      The green area shows the amount of ordinary Ascii keys you have typed today. Ascii keys are keys like all alphabetical keys ("A".."Z"), numbers (0..9), space, and all the other keys that is a part of any text. These keys are considered as the most productive ones...

    11. Word pr Minute indicator - WPM

      The small indicator on the outer edge of the TypOmeter is a Word pr Minute indicator. As the name tells, this shows your typing speed in Words pr Minute. The scale goes from 0 to 90 words pr minute. The Word pr Minute statistics is added to the Type Recorder, so you can see statistics over the last five minutes how fast you have been typing.

    12. Average Word pr minute indicator

      This tiny little indicator shows your average typing speed, measured in Words pr Minute. It only measures when you actually are typing, so all the idling time during a day does not count.
      You identify this indicator simplest since it will be the leftmost stable indicator on the outer edge.

    13. Max Word pr minute indicator

      This small indicator is the maximum speed you have been typing with today, measured in Word pr Minute.
      You identify this simplest since it will be the rightmost stable indicator on the outer edge.

    14. Average Key Press Speed indicator

      This shows your average speed, measured in Key Presses pr minute. It only measures when you actually are typing, so all the idling time during a day does not count.
      You identify this indicator simplest since it will be the leftmost stable needle of the centered needles.

    15. Max Key Press Speed indicator

      This small indicator is the maximum speed you have been typing with today, measured in Key Presses pr Minute.
      You identify this indicator simplest since it will be the rightmost stable needle of the centered needles.

    16. Hours working in front of Computer

      This indicator shows you how many hours and minutes you have been actively working in front of the computer today. If you does not type or click anything in a two minute period, it is considered as you has left the computer, and this timer stops. The timer starts ticking again the next time you "touch" the computer.
      This value is stored in the History, available from the History menu - so you can watch how many hours you have been working in front of the computer every day in the past.

    17. Hours at work today

      This indicator shows how many hours and minutes you have been at work today. That means, this timer starts in the morning at your first keypress or mouseclick/move, (you don't need to restart the TypOmeter in the morning), and will therefore show you how many hours you have been at work today. It will stop in the evening when you turn off/leaves the computer (You don't need to turn off the TypOmeter in the evening). The difference beteween this timer and the "Hours working in front of Computer" will be the time you have spent in meetings, lunch or whatever...
      This value is stored in the History, available from the History menu - so you can watch how many hours you have been at work every day in the past.

    18. Any wishes...

      If you still have suggestions to pack more information into this interface, let me know. The mail address is gabrielsen@informatics.no...


    The right mouse click Popup Menu

      If you right click the mouse over the TypOmeter, you get a popupmenu, containing these choices:
      1. About... - Opens you browser with some general info about the TypOmeter.
      2. Help... - Opens your browser with this help screen.
      3. Informatics... - Opens your browser, and connects to the Informatics homepage.
      4. Beep on Bad Key. Will toggle the "Beep on Bad Key" functionality.
      5. Skin... Will open the Skin submenu. In this menu you can select between a variety of skins. In the submenu, the topmost three is the default ones. The rest of the skins are the optional you have plugged in, or made yourself.
      6. Type Recorder... - Opens the Type Recorder.
      7. Key Statistics... - Opens the Key Statistics window.
      8. Applications... - Opens the Application Statistics window.
      9. History... - Opens the History Statistics window.
      10. Test Yourself... - Opens the Test Yourself screen.
      11. Minimize - Minimizes the TypOmeter to the traybar. Just click the icon at the traybar to open the TypOmeter again. The icon may change dependent on the Skin.
      12. Close - Closes down the TypOmeter.



    The Type Recorder

        The Type Recorder shows you a moving log over the last five minutes, with recorded information about how fast you have been typing during this period of time. The Type Recorder shows a window in time, with the current time in the right border, while the past is to the left, and it scrolls automatically from now on, and into the past...

      Key Press Speed

        The Key Press Speed is indicated with blue color. The values is given on the blue axis on the left side.

      Word pr Minute

        The speed measured as Word pr Minute is indicated with red color. The values is given on the red axis on the right side.

      Averages

        The averages for each of the last five minutes is calculated constantly. The averages is indicated as horisontal lines, blue for the Kepress speed, and red for the Word typing speed. It is using the same scale as the detailed Key Press Speed and Word Speed.

      Type Recorder Enabled

        The Type Recorder is also somewhat CPU-consuming, so if you does'nt have plenty of CPU cycles to treat, maybe you should disable it. Note: If you just close the Type Recorder, it will silently record your typing, but it is much less CPU consuming since it does not have to update the displayed graph. As soon as you activate the Type Recorder again, the whole five-minute graph will be displayed. The Type Recorder is default On.

      Highlight Detail

        With this option, the lines that indicate detailed speeds is highlighted with a thick line, so you can distinguish it from the averages.

      Highlight Averages

        With this option, the lines that indicate the calculated averages is highligted with a thick line, so you can distinguish it from the details.

      Print...

        You can print the graph from the Type Recorder. (But hurry up! The Type Recorder scrolls automatically, and soon the cool graph is vanished...)

      The right mouse click popup menu

        If you right click the mouse over the Type Recorder, you get a popupmenu, containing these choices:
      1. Help... - Opens your browser with this help file.
      2. Close - closes the Type Recorder.


    Key Statistics

        From the "Key Statistics" menu on the popup menu, you get a screen giving you four different statistics about how you use your keyboard. Select which kind of statistics you want with the combo on the KeyStatistics page. You can print all these statistics.

       

      Most Pressed Keys

      This is a simple counter that shows the number of times you have pressed the particular keys.
      Most pressed keys on the left side. The name of the key is below the bars.
      Normal Keys is Green, while Space(SP), Delete(DEL), BackSpace(BKSPC) and Enter(CR) are dark blue. The Red part shows how many times you have deleted this key.

       

      Speed of Key

      This statistics shows how fast you press the different keys on your keyboard.
      The speed is measured in Keypress pr minute, and tells you the average speed you are clicking this particular key. You will see that the keys that are closest to your fingers (asdf, jkl...) often are the fastest keys as well.
      You will also see that some keys are much faster than other ones. Maybe you should focus to speed up the keys that appears on the right side of the graph?
       

      Most Deleted Keys

      This graph shows you the keys you are deleting most often.
      There are two statistics about deleted keys; one that shows the number of times you have deleted the different keys, and one that shows how much you have deleted the key in percentage of number of times you have pressed this key.
      If some keys are deleted significant more than others, this means that you often are pressing this particular key instead of the key you actually intended to press. You should consentrate not to press these particular keys too much.
       

      Mixed up Keys

      This graph shows you which keys you frequently mix up with others.
      When you intend to write the key that are indicated below the bars, you often mix it up, and presses the key(s) mentioned in the yellow label above the bar instead. The percentage in the yellow note shows how often you does this particular mistake. It is quite normal mix up the S and L, or F with J...
      You should consentrate when you type, to try not to do these particular, repetitive mistakes.
      You will have to write some, let say at least 1000 characters, until this graph shows you any useful information.
        Please note:
      • No information about the words you have written is detected or stored anywhere, so there is no problems with security/privacy.
      • The TypOmeter only detects which keys you have deleted by using Backspace.
      • All these statistics works only for the standard english alphabet, a..z, the numbers 0..9, and Space(SP), Enter(CR), Delete(DEL) and BackSpace(BKSPC). I assure you, I tried to support native characters like and , but due to some obscure bugs/limitations in some Windows API's (the ToAscii function), I gave up...



      Applications

      Applications Overview

      The TypOmeter measures which applications you have used, when you used them, how long you used them, and how many mouse clicks and key presses you have given each application. One of the graphs is a detailed Gantt Diagram showing exactly when you used each application and when you have been away from your computer.

      The Applications Overview shows you how much you have used the different applications a particular day.

      It is interresting to see how much time you actually have spent with each application. You will be surpriced (at least I was) that the amount of time actually spent on each application was far less than I had imagined.

      You could make use of these graphs when writing your hour reports(as you probably have to do at least once a week), since these graphs shows exactly when, and how long you worked with the different applications - which normally should be somewhat related to the tasks you were working with at that moment.

      Application History

      In the same statistics dialog you will get an statistic for each and every application you have been using, when working with your computer. Each application you have been using, is listed in a combobox, and you can show the history of this particluar application.


      The Application History shows you how much you have used an particular application the last days.

    Select Graph

      In the Select Graph Combo you select which Graph to show. There are 14+NN (maybe hundreds!) of graphs to select from:

      1. Applications Used (Gantt Diagram): This graph shows which Applications you have been working with, and exactly when you worked with them. The red "activity" is the time when you have been away from the computer, either having lunch, participating in meetings or something...


      2. KeyPress pr Application: This graph shows you how many Key Presses you have performed in the different Applications during that particular day.


      3. MouseClick pr Application: This diagram shows you how many Mouse Clicks you have performed in the different Applications that day.


      4. KeyPress vs MouseClick pr Application: The graph compares the Key Presses and Mouse Clicks for each Application. You will easily see (surprise!) that some applications, like the Browser mainly receives mouse clicks, while Microsoft Word mainly receives key presses...


      5. KeyPress + MouseClick pr Application: The graph summarize the Key Presses and Mouse Clicks for each Application. You will see which application you have done most work, regardless whether it was mouse clicks or keypresses that was done to do the work.


      6. Total Clicks pr Application - Cake View: The Diagram shows a cake view of the total Time you have been working with this Application.


      7. Time spent in each Application ex Idle Time: The Diagram shows the total Time you have been working with this Application. The graph does not show the idle time.


      8. Time spent in each Application included Idle Time: The Diagram shows the total Time you have been working with this Application.


      9. Percentage Time pr Application ex Idle Time: The Diagram shows in Percentage how much time you have been working with the different Applications (Idle time is ignored).


      10. Percentage Time pr Application included Idle Time: The Diagram shows in Percentage how much time you have been working with the different Applications, when Idle Time is Included.


      11. Percentage Time pr Application - Cake View: The Diagram shows which Application you have used most, measured as Persentage Time spent in this Application this day.


      12. Percentage Time pr Application, inc Idle Time - Cake View: The Diagram shows which Application you have used most, measured as Persentage Time spent in this Application this day.


      13. Windows pr Application: The Diagram shows the number of distinct Windows or Documents you have had open with this Application.


      14. Active Periods pr Application: The Diagram shows how many times you have switched to this Application during the day.


      15. ..NN
        Application History: All the entries in the combobox from 14 and above, will have a ApplicationName+History. When selecting these, you will get statistics about how much you used this particular application over time. It shows for each day in the history how many clicks and time spent in the application. Over time, this list will grow, and may contain the names of hundreds of applications you have used.
        When you are in this mode, the right hand combobox will contain choises for what kind of data you want to show in the statistics.


    Select Day

      In the Select Day Combo you select for which day you want to show the Application Statistics. Default is "today". If the storing of Application History has been enabled you can select to show the Graphs for any of the days that the TypOmeter has been running. If storing of the Application History is disabled, this combo will be disabled, and you will only be displayed the graph for today.

    Edit Aliases...

      In all these graphs the filename of the exe is displayed, together with the icon of the application. Often, however, the exe-name is quite cryptic, and it's hard to realize which application it really belongs to. In the Aliases dialog you can write your own aliases for the exe names, so instead of displaying "WINWORD.EXE", you could write "Microsoft Word", which is much more easy to read, and looks much nicer in the graph.



      Please Note: If you launch some new applications (an application that is not in the Alias List) while you are working in the Edit Alias Dialog, the TypOmeter will close the Edit Alias Dialog, and you will unfornately loose all your changes.
      To change the aliases, open this screen over again, but do not launch any new applications while doing so.
      This is due to the problem that both you and the TypOmeter is changing the Aliases at the same time. Sorry for the inconveniece this could cause.

    History...

      In the History dialog you have two options (don't mix this function with the History function from the main menu):

    1. Store Application History: Select this Checkbox whether you want to enable/disable Gabe's TypOmeter's storing of Application History for each day.

      Please note that when you have selected to store the Application History (this is the default), Gabe's TypOmeter will store a small file for each day within the ../typometer/history/.. directory. Over time these files will accumulate some space, (~3 MB a year) so from time to time you should use the Delete files function to delete old/obsolete files.

      Please also note that when the history tracking for Applications is disabled, Gabe's TypOmeter will not store any of the Application information for the history record, and the Application Statistics will then only be available for the current day (and the Select Day combo will be disabled as well).


    2. Delete History files: Since all the Application History files takes some space, you can use this function to delete old/obsolote files. Select the files that is old, and which you want to delete, and press OK. Please note that once deleted, these files will be lost forever.


    Zoom +/

      Use the Zoom function to zoom into the Gantt Diagram for detail. The Gantt diagram will get quite rough in the end of the day, but by using the Zoom you are able to figure out the tiny small details.
      This function is only available for the Gantt diagram.

    Print...

      As with all other graphs available in Gabe's TypOmeter, you can also print these graphs.

    Please note...

      The total time measured for each application has an accuracy of +/- a few seconds.

      Please note that for some applications the Icon may be missing.

      In a few rare cases it is not possible for the TypOmeter to detect the path of the exe-name. If that happens, different exe's with the same name run from different locations will be considered as the same exe. (Anyway, this does not happen often, and since this hardly can be considered as a life critical application, it shouldn't be a very big problem... BTW: This is also a limitation in Windows...)


History

      The History function in the TypOmeter shows several graphs with all values recorded by the TypOmeter, from today - and back for as long as the TypOmeter has been used. The History graphs shows you keypresses you have made every day, mouseclicks, time spent in front of computer, and so on...

      Obviously, you have to run the TypOmeter some days before this statistics gives any useful information.

      Please note that if you change the date on the computer, some history values will be wrong for as much as one week.

    Select Graph

      There are a total of 26(!) graphs to choose from, all giving important(?) information about your daily work in front of the computer:

      1. Key Presses pr Day: The graph show how many keypresses you have performed each day. What kind of keys you have pressed is indicated with different colors for "Good keys", "Special keys" and "Bad keys".


      2. Words pr Day: The graph shows how many words you have written those days.


      3. MouseClicks pr Day: This graph shows how many Mouse Clicks you have performed on the shown days. Rigth and Left mouse clicks are shown in different colors. Not surpricingly the Right Mouse Clicks are very few, often less than 1% of the Left Mouse Clicks.


      4. MouseClick + KeyPress, Total: This graph shows the total number of clics you have performed each day; this is the sum of the Mouse Clicks and Key Presses.


      5. MouseClick vs KeyPress, Relative: Shows in percentage how many Key Presses you have performed versus the number of Mouse Clicks, shown in percentage relative to each other.


      6. MouseClick vs KeyPress, Compared : The graph shows the number of Key Presses vs the number of Mouse Clicks, compared side by side.


      7. WPM - Average Word Pr Minute : This graph shows your typing speed, measured as Word pr Minute. This speed is measured only while actually writing.


      8. WPM - Max Word Pr Minute: This graph shows your maximum typing speed this day, measured as Word pr Minute. This speed is measured only while actually writing.


      9. KPM - Average Key Press pr Minute: Same as the graph "WPM - Average Word Pr Minute", but this graph shows the speed measured as Key Press pr Minute


      10. KPM - Max Key Press pr Minute: Same as the graph "WPM - Max Word Pr Minute", but this graph shows the max speed measured as Key Press pr Minute


      11. Grand Total Key Press: This graph shows the total accumulated Number of Clicks, sum of Mouse Clicks and Key Presses, performed ever.


      12. Grand Total Words: This graph shows the total accumulated Number of Words you have written ever.


      13. Time Spent in front of Computer this day: The graph shows how many hours pr day you have been Working Actively in front of the Computer.


      14. Time Spent in front of Computer last week: The graph shows the total amount of hours you have spent in front of the computer the last week.
        This number is calculated as the sum of the hours spent the particular day, and the previous 6 days.
        It is shown according to a Danish survey made by "Arbeidsmedisinske klinikkene i Glostrup, Herning og rhus", (link?) that if you are working in front of the computer more than 25 hours a week, it could damage your health.


      15. TypOmeter Running Time: The graph shows how many hours it seems like you were at work on the particular day. This graph actually shows the number of hours between the first Mouse Click or Key Press, and the last Mouse Click or Key Press that day.


      16. Percentage of day in front of Computer: The graph shows you in percent how much of the day you have spent in front of the computer.


      17. Key Press pr Active Hour (Average): The graph shows the average amount of KeyPress you have performed pr hour or minute, when Working Actively in front of the Computer';


      18. Mouse Click pr Active Hour (Average): The graph shows the average amount of MouseClicks you have performed pr hour or minute, when Working Actively in front of the Computer.


      19. Words pr Active Hour (Average): The graph shows the average amount of Words you have written pr hour or minute, when Working Actively in front of the Computer


      20. Key index Overview: The graph shows an overview of the Key index (Good, Bad or Special Key) in one graph.


      21. Bad Key Index: The graph shows how the Bad Key Index has developed over time. This one should go towards a smaller number - particularly if you have joined any kind of touch type training.


      22. Special Key Index: The graph shows how the Special Key Index has developed over time. Should not develop any particular way...


      23. Good Key Index: The graph shows how the Good Key Index has developed over time. This one should definiely go towards a bigger number (type more accurate)- particularly if you have joined any kind of touch type training.


      24. A4 Pages written this day: The graph shows how many A4 pages with text you wrote this day, if you imagine an A4 page contains approximately 2000 characters.


      25. PPH: A4 Pages Pr Hour this day: The graph shows your typing speed, measured in Number of full A4 pages you produce pr hour the given day, if you also count all idle time.


      26. PPH: A4 Pages Pr Hour when actually working: The graph shows your effective typing speed, measured in Number of full A4 pages you produce pr hour the given day, if you ignore the idle time and only measures when you actually is working.


    Select Period

      In the Select Period combo you select for how long period, one week, one month, and so on, for which you want to include in the graph.

    Print...

      You can of course print all these graphs...


Key Hint

Click on the TypOmeter, and a hint will show all essensial values spelled out.

The values are:

  • Total clicks ever: The total number of Key Presses and Mouseclicks you have performed ever. (...and the TypOmeter have been running...)
  • Key Press: Number of Key Presses you have performed today.
  • Mouse clicks: Number of Mouse Clicks you have performed today, which is the sum of Left Mouse clicks+Right Mouse clicks.
  • Words written: Number Words you have written today.
  • Good Keys: Number of "normal" ascii keys (letters) you have typed today. The Persentage is the same as the percentage presented on the Good Key Indicator
  • Special Keys: Number of special keys (F1..F12, Up, Down, PgUp, PgDn etc...) you have typed today. The Persentage is the same as the percentage presented on the Special Key Indicator
  • Bad Keys: Number of "Bad" keys (Backspace and Delete) you have typed today. The Persentage is the same as the percentage presented on the Bad Key Indicator
  • Keys/min Av/Mx: The measured Average and Max speed today, measured in Key Presses pr Minute.
  • Word/min Av/Mx: The measured Average and Max speed today, measured in Words pr Minute.
  • User Started Today: This shows at which time the user started to work this morning.
  • Time Worked Today: This shows how many hours and minutes the user have been actively working in front of the computer today.
  • Time at Work today: This shows the number of hours the user have been at work today - actually the number of hours and minutes elapsed since he came to work and pressed/clicked the first key.
  • Worked this week: This shows the number of hours the user have been acively working in front of the computer this week. This is the sum of the "Time worked today" for the last seven days. If this number exeeds 25 hours, the risk of getting some injuries due to too much work increases rapidly.


Beep on Bad Key

"Bad Key" in this context is the Delete and Backspace keys. To make it more painful when you press one of these, you can make the typometer make a beep when one of these buttons are pressed.

The idea is that if it "hurts" when one of these are pressed, then you will consentrate more on type correctly the first time...



Test Yourself

    In the Test Yourself screen you have to write a predefined text.
    The text you have to write is in the upper pane, and you have to write it in the lower pane.
    You can use your own text in the test by opening a text file, or just type/ paste some text in the above pane.
    Press "Start" when you are ready, then write the text as fast as you can, with as few mistakes as possible. You have to write the whole text. Press "Finished" when you are finished.
    When finished you will be displayed a comprehensive report regarding your performance. It contains a lot of information about, speed, "quality" - that means spelling mistakes, key presses and your calculated Score. It even shows how you have developed over time, since it shows a graph with the scores on all the tests you have performed. You can print this report.

Score

    The calculated Score is the number you should try to improve!
    This number tells your ability to type. The Score is defined as: Number of correct words - minus number of redundant words, measured pr minute. A Score on 20, means you are able to type 20 correct words pr minute.

Correctness

    The correctness is your ability to write the correct text.
    The text you have written is compared with the original text. When you study the text areas after you have pressed Finish, you see that the text is marked with green and red. All the black text is written correctly, while your mistakes are marked with red in the text you have written, and the corresponding correct words are marked with green text in the orginal text.
    Case is important. If you have wrong case in a word, that word is not counted when the correctness is calculated.
    Use the correct number of spaces and carriage returns. If you have a space to little, or one too much, one word is subtracted from the number of correct words.
    If you have written some words, spaces or anything too much, these are subtracted from your number of correct words.
    The statiscs also show how many "Bad Keys" you have pressed. This is only for your information, and does not affect your Score or Correctness.

Open File

    Press the Open File icon in the lower left corner to open your own file to use in the test.
    BTW: If anyone has a set of text files that is suitable for such test, like a tutorial, from easy level to advanced, send them to me, and I will bundle them together with the TypOmeter!

User Name

    Press the Properties icon to change the User Name. You can set the User Name of the current user of the TypOmeter. This name is used on all the reports.
    Each user will have their own log for the Performance Monitor (see below), so changing the User Name, will change the active log for the Monitor. One way of utilizing this, is to have one user for all the exersizises, while you have one particular user for the real tests you perform.

Print Report

    Once you have performed a test, you can print the report. You should print the report imediately after you have finished the test.

Performance Monitor

    Press the Graph symbol to open the Performance Monitor. This is a particular screen where all the key values from your tests is shown in graphs. This way you can follow your development as a typist over time. Everytime you run a test, all these keyvalues is stored in the log (under the username), so these can be presented later.
    You will have to run the Test Yourself a few times until you see the usefulness of this function!
    There are four different graphs to select. Use the combobox to select graph.
    You can print the graphs from the Performance Monitor. All four graphs will be printed on the same report.
    Somewhat hidden feature: In the Performance Monitors lower left corner, there are a small hidden button. If you select this, you can enter a dialog where you can delete obsolete data from your log. Please don't cheat!


Skins

    Three default skins are now available, one sober Black&White (very much like the one used in cars), a more colorful redish variant, and the old Blue Velvet and Wooden like from version 1.02. The number of custom skins may vary. Select Skin from the Popup Menu.
    If you think the default skins are boring, you can design skins yourself. Just make a bmp picture according to these guidelines, and select it in the Skin-menu.


Graph overview

Gabe's TypOmeter has a lot of graphical statistics to choose from:  
NameGraphs
Type Recorder1
Key Statistics5
History26
Applications Overview14
Application History7*N
Test Yourself4
Sum:57++
Where N is Number Of Applications ever logged by the TypOmeter, so you may have hundreds of graphs available.




Support and Copyrights

Please refer to the online help for further details about options and functionality in Gabe's TypOmeter.

This application is Freeware, and you are free to distribute the installation file tmSetup.exe anywhere. The latest version will always be available at http://www.informatics.no

All use of this application is at your own risk.

For support or any question regarding this application please send an e-mail to gabrielsen@informatics.no.

Copyright (c) Informatics 1998, 2002