I don't think it's as much of an issue for solo q, because fights are far more frequent and a single stopwatch generally won't decide games, but in pro play it's honestly just annoying as hell. It makes fights so damn predictable, because the team with more stopwatches win. It's to the point where it's more important than gold leads, because if you lose a fight, blow stopwatches, and even if you've otherwise kept the gold mostly even with macro and objectives, you are at a huge disadvantage the next fight. The enemy team can just recklessly run in, throw out their abilities, play agro, play frontline, get focussed, stopwatch at low health, then flash out, and the next player can repeat the process, preventing anyone from getting dying while the enemy team no longer has the luxury of doing the same. It takes away the risk vs reward players often have to make, and a big reason why comeback fights from behind are so much more rare, when your support Naut, top lane Ornn, and jungle Sej can... keep reading on reddit ➡
When’s the perfect time to hit stopwatch on Zed’s ultimate? I main ADC and there’s nothing better than a zed walking through my whole team and coming to the back line and just pressing R on me and still getting out. I know rushing GA is a good idea but I still feel like if he’s semi fed he’ll just pop it and then Ult a minute later and kill me anyway. Any suggestions ?
The trouble is, it broke when I dropped it
Paraphrasing from his live presser.
I will add the video link [here] once it is uploaded.
I’ve only tripped once and I did this. It helped tremendously whenever I was anxious about time slowing down or feeling like I would be “stuck this way.”
I've been reading "The Hunt for Red October" and there's a moment when the captain of submarine says that he could navigate using only stopwatch and nautical charts. How is this even possible ?
When working out, I usually have a stopwatch running on my phone. After completing a set, I look at the time and estimate when my break ends. Most of the times this works, but now and then I forget when I need to continue with the next set. So during the past week or so, I made a website that shows me exactly how much longer I can rest. If you want, you can even get audio feedback when your break ends. You can, of course, customise your break length and the website also features a light/dark mode and various keyboard shortcuts.
Go check it out:
PS: help me find a better name so that I can purchase a custom domain for the app
Edit: thanks u/JanusLeone for the name/domain suggestion
Edit 2: word
When you google "timer" and "stopwatch", it shows the timer and stopwatch you can use and I keep googling the opposite one as opposed to the one I actually need.
To me, when I need the thing that starts at a time and stops when it reaches zero, it sounds like something a stopwatch would do because it "stops" after the certain time I set in the beginning.
Also, when I need the thing that starts from zero and goes up, it sounds like something a timer would do because what it is doing is "timing" how long it has been from the start.
However, it's the opposite. Timer stops and Stopwatch times. Like, you would need to use a stopwatch to "time" how long I've been studying, and you would need to use a timer to make the clock "stop" after 5 minutes and let me know the egg is done.
Does anyone else find this kind of less intuitive?
Do you include the time it takes for you to turn over the pieces after taking them out of the bag, or do you start your timer once all of your pieces are flipped over?
Hey, wondering if anyone here can recommend a good outdoor clock. The one I have now has stopped (I think it was designed as indoor) and every single one I've found online has terrible reviews. Just looking for one that keeps accurate time and works for years. Ideas?
Hello all, Ive set my telegram app to auto update. So once it was updates i realise that the self destruct feature (in a normal chat) has disappeared. I tried playing around with the UI but i cant find it anywhere. Any of you face the same problem?
I want to use my s3 as a sprint track watch. I don't need GPS or any fitness tracking for these workouts, I just need to be able to stop and start the stopwatch. The Samsung stopwatch app only works by pressing on the screen which is hard to do while mid sprint. Pressing a button is much easier to get more accurate times. And the Samsung fitness app makes you end a workout everytime to reset the time. I can always just by a cheapy Amazon watch for these types of workouts but feel like my couple hundred dollar watch should be able to do something this simple. Any recommendations?
I looked through this subreddit and other knowledge bases, but I haven't had much luck with this specific request. I know a lot can be done through the Workflow Rules but I can't seem to find an event that works with it.
Is there a way to set up a Service Board to auto update a status to "In Progress" when a technician clicks the Start button on the Stopwatch? And also in the same vein, changing the status to "Completed" when they hit stop? It's a simple thing and my technicians know to change the status, but when tickets come pouring in, it's easier to see who is actually on a live ticket and who isn't.
I kinda forgot about this stopwatch I started almost 6 years ago on my iPod Touch 2nd Gen (iOS 4.2.1). I'm pretty impressed that it is still running because it has been shut down for at least 4 years. Next step: 69420 hours.
As stated by riot they remove spear of shojin due to the lack of counterplay against certain champs that uses them and stopwatch honestly does the exact same thing. It gives champs such as vlad morgana or anyone rly the opportunity to get out of a sticky situation or creates scenarios in which their "play" still comes out on top due to pressing stopwatch(poorly executed towerdives for instance) or denying important kills for a few champs (pyke R reset , 300g that you needed for your next spike etc). On top its a free 600g from runes that also gives price reduction to finished items (250g cheaper: ga , stoneplate , zhonyas) and additionally reduces the passive cooldown of those items by 15% making zhonyas way too strong for what it gives already in this meta. So why does riot nerf the free boots that own a gold value of 300 while leaving a 600 gold item untouched?
tldr.: 1. too versatile 2. too gold efficient 3. out of jail freecard that can swing games around (4. "no counterplay")... keep reading on reddit ➡
I humbly submit my app Stopwatch Db for your use.
I made this app to track my running times, but it can be used for any activity you want to track your efficiency for. I updated the app recently to also track quantities as well, so right now I'm tracking how much I spend eating out.
I hope you find it useful!
In this tutorial, we are talking about how we communicate between models layers and views by using the ObservableObjects and Published properties. We talk about how these property works (especially helpful for beginners) and use that knowledge to create a simple stopwatch app in SwiftUI!
Hey, I'm considering buying apple watch but one key thing that I really need is to have a time counting complication that would tell me how many minutes & hours have passed (since "starting" the countdown, or rather countup :D). I'm concerned whether it is possible as I know there are limitations on how frequently 3rd party complications can refresh but as far as I can see these limitations are when you have companion iphone app & I don't know if it applies to standalone AW apps.
Has anyone came across such functionality?
As a dev I could create this complication myself but I'd prefer to know whether such complication is even possible before I buy it.
Thanks in advance!