I will be releasing the update tomorrow at about noon (approximate EST).
Update includes the ability to take notes directly inside the app. There is no save function and I don't know if I can do that with MMF2D. There are also some hints to some secrets that you can find in the app...
Hiding the notes area does not clear the notes. Ending the application will.
My PC recently had a hard disk drive failure and I am waiting to get money to get a new PC (preferably a tower; instead of a laptop). And with this I had to re-make my stop watch application because I never made any backups. This did result in a cleaner layout in the new application.
There is a hidden ester egg within the application... Try and find it... It's a very popular code...
This new application uses the same logic as the original, but features a much cleaner UI and an additional alarm variant.
MMF2D is a program I use to make applications. You do not need a powerful computer to make these applications unless you start to really--and I mean really--start to add thousands of elements and design into your application.
It's a pretty easy-to-understand user interface once you get used to it. After experimenting around, you can figure out how to do even more things with it. It involves a lot of logic when you want to do a specific thing, but with the right mindset
I've been using it for a few years now. The standard version (non-developer version) is pretty much the same as what I use, but has a couple less features such as the OS Message box tool...
I like MMF2D because of its simplicity.
Bradley Johnson, or Peekofwar, is an anonymous user on the internet whom enjoys watching videos on YouTube and playing games. He prefers sandbox games, but sometimes a story driven game catches his attention.