Hamster is an 'time-tracking applet' for GNOME, and allows a user to monitor time taken on various tasks and can produce various statistics detailing the user's activities.

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How do I delete a tag in Hamster Time Tracking?

Is there a possibility to delete a tag in Hamster Time Tracking? I went through all graphical menus but couldn't find any option. The closest one is the following but it doesn't list my own tags:
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How to prompt for argument and than run the program with the argument

I am not sure if is my question clear enough so here is some explanation what I am trying to achieve. I need to create custom shortcut to run hamster (time tracker) to track new activity. The ...
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gconftool2 settings aren't saved permanently

I tried to change some settings with the gconftool-2: $ gconftool-2 --set "/apps/hamster-indicator/show_label" --type bool "true" Checking if it was set returns true: $ gconftool-2 --get "/apps/...
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KDE widget to hold a program

I am using KDE default install on Ubuntu 13.04. Is there a widget that will just hold a running program? I will then, for instance, be able to run hamster-time-tracker in that widget and quickly ...
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Time tracker for lxde

I have only recently started using lxde. And I am liking it. It is blazing fast, not-at-all resource hungry and just does what I want. The only thing I am missing is a time tracker tool. I have been ...
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How can I make hamster switch activity when I switch workspaces?

Hamster seems to have an option that allows it to automatically switch activity whenever the workspace is switched. However I can only configure Workspace 1, and even so it doesn't work (I'm using ...
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Why can I only run Hamster Time Tracker as root?

I've installed Project Hamster from source with: git clone git://git.gnome.org/hamster-applet cd hamster-applet ./waf configure build --prefix=/usr sudo ./waf install Attempting to run it as myself ...
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Project Hamster notifications missing on upgrade to 12.04

I have upgraded from an almost default 11.10 install to 12.04. All went well and I can login, logout, etc. without any problem. One very interesting thing about the Project Hamster notifications, ...
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TimeTracker app that logs programs

Does anyone know of a time tracker app that logs which program you are using. So, if I'm using LibreOffice it'll log me as working, but then when the focus switches back to chrome, it'll log me as "...
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How to *use* Hamster with the GNOME shell?

I installed hamster-applet and gnome-shell-extensions-hamster. But I can't see how to actually use it efficiently. It looks like this: How can I start tracking time for a specific project from this ...
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Using Hamster in Gnome Shell 3.2

I am running Gnome Shell 3.2 on Ubuntu 11.10. I have installed Hamster Applet package version 2.32.1-0ubuntu5. There is now a Time Tracker application. Clicking on it does start the application where ...
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Can't get hamster and getting things gnome integrate

I'm on a 11.10 x64 machine. When I open a task in gtg, hamaster didn't automatically add if I don't do it manully. Hamster can read the titles and tags of my tasks. But when I finish a task in gtg, ...
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Hamster Time Tracker Broken After Upgrade to 11.10

After upgrading 11.04 to 11.10 (which was rather bumpy because of a failure with the flash-installer), I can't seem to start hamster-time-tracker. Output: user@machine:~$ hamster-time-tracker ...