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Old Jun 16, 2008, 06:30 PM   #1
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Best Time Logging application?

I'm running Tiger 10.4.11 on a PPC mac. I need an application which allows me to log activities on a time sheet and calendar. Basically it's extremely simple - I need every day - 24 hours - divided into 15 minute interval spaces, with time and date indicated, and the ability to take brief notes at any given interval. As usual, in my experience iCal is garbage, so please don't recommend that. TIA!
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Thank you very much exegete77 for the suggestions! Unfortunately, three of the four apps do not do what I need as I described. Also, I don't want any web apps. I'm still investigating OfficeTime. Surprising how hard it is to find such an amazingly simple thing! I need a template that has the times written already there for every day on the calendar, on a 24 hour basis, with 15 minute intervals (iCal has 1 hour intervals ), and the ability to write notes in any time of those time slots.
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