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Pomodoro

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This is a sublime plugin which implements functions like pomodoro.

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  • 2018.12.28.01.20.21
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Pomodoro-Sublime-Plugin

This is a sublime plugin which implements functions like pomodoro.

Usage:

Add the line below to your “Preferences: Key Bindings - User” settings:
{ “keys”: [“ctrl+shift+alt+p”], “command”: “pomodoro” },
{ “keys”: [“ctrl+shift+9”], “command”: “pomodoro_pause” }

In “Preferences: Package Settings - Pomodoro - Settings-Default” are some arguments you can configure(all configurations have default values). We recommend you copy these values and paste in “Preferences: Package Settings - Pomodoro - Settings-User”

  • workingMins: configure your working time in minutes.
  • restingMins: configure your rest time in minutes.
  • longBreakWorkingCount: configure the number of working sessions before a long break.
  • longBreakMins: configure the long break time in minutes.
  • autoStart: configure whether pomodoro should be auto started or not once sublime was launched.

You can stop pomodoro by pressing the binding key(e.g. “ctrl+shift+alt+p”) again, and resume it by pressing it again one more time.:smiley:

You can pause/unpause pomodoro by pressing “ctrl+shift+9”.

Preview:

working progress:

taking a break:

pause: