If you like my work please luvdisc this thread. It's always nice to know when you're appreciated, right? Downloads: Download ZomgTimer v2.21(32-bit) Download EonTimer v1.6(32 or 64 bit) ======= FAQs: Which do I use? EonTimer is entirely Windows based. It's the better of the two as it has more options, better UI, slight accuracy improvement and it's more easily upgradeable for me. ZomgTimer is pretty much a finished product. I'll be putting out info to work around any necessary things that I can't include in it. tl;dr If you have Windows, use Eon. How do I know if my computer is 32-bit or 64-bit? - Note: this is no longer necessary. Go to Start > Program Files > Accessories > System Tools > System Information It'll take a second for it to load. When it does, look for "System Type" in the information that appears. Here it will give you "x__-based PC." The blanks will either be 86 or 64. If it says x86, you have a 32-bit machine. If it says x64, you have a 64-bit machine. But.. I have a 64-bit Mac. Why is there only a 32-bit version of ZomgTimer? Well then you shouldn't have got a Mac (jkjk, well kinda). Anyway, I don't know how to compile 64-bit Java. 32-bit programs work on 64-bit processors, just not as well. You shouldn't have a problem. Eontimer looks weird when I start it? This was due to a font-size adjustment in Windows. Re-download and it should be fixed. I did not put this update out as an alert because it is relatively minor. These are pretty awesome. How can I say thanks? Uhh.. say thanks. Luvdisc. That works too. Your stuff sucks. Fine. Make your own. And that's not a question. Why haven't you improved Zomgtimer? Java isn't exactly my strongest area. The code is messy and it would take a lot of time that I don't really want to put into it to fix. It really could use a complete rewrite since it was written when I knew little about programming. GUI in Java is incredibly tedious and I just don't want to deal with it unless I have to. The efficiency update was a simple fix that I've just taken a long time to do. It will in all likelihood be its last update. I have a great idea for something to add. How can I get it to you? Post here, PM, VM. #smogonwifi is another good place to find me. Where can I find out how to use this stuff? 5th Gen Help All Other Help ======= High Link and ZomgTimer ZomgTimer doesn't have a high link setting on it. It's unfortunate, but I can't really fit it in there either. Instead, here are some instructions on how to manually change it to High Link mode. Target Seconds - Subtract 5 from what you're trying to hit. (i.e. if you're trying for 50, use 45) Target Delay - Subtract 296 from what you're trying to hit. (i.e. 1200 becomes 904) When updating - Update with delay hit - 296. ======= Latest Updates: EonTimer v1.6 - This is in testing. Contact me if interested. Update check Added Entralink frame helper Redesigned settings Removed start-up sounds Variable-target option - experimental use Account for differences in GBA vs DS Always-on-top option Mini-mode Transparency Small update to look and feel Allow 0-length timer Fixed and enhanced custom timer Added small amount of time to entralink(1.5.1) Brought back target delay and second saving(1.5.1) Added a couple of right-click options for saving on exit(1.5.1) Complete rewrite - more extensible, reduced (possibly eliminated) lag(1.5) Added A/V mode(1.5) Added calibration for non-Cgear (No more 1 second before stuff)(1.5) Changed Entralink update(1.5) Brightened UI(1.5) Fix Gen III update function (1.2.1) Change High Link to EntraLink (1.2.1) Added sound selection. (1.1.1) Added save on close dialog (1.1.1) Initial Release (1.0) ZomgTimer v2.21 Efficiency update ======= Stuff I'm working on: I have nothing to work on? ======= Thanks: Orugos - Amazing artwork for EonTimer (thread) Bond697, Kaphotics - Info xElite - Gen 3 info Riski - Suggestions, etc. .com - "Suggested second" Tomxc - Nice new icon Cassie, PrincessOfJohto - Testing Pikachu25 - I modeled the original ZomgTimer after the functionality in Pikatimer. As the creator, Pikachu25 deserves some credit here.