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    Massive Dev Chart Timer App for Nokia Symbian^3

    The Massive Dev Chart Timer App is now available for Nokia Symbian^3 phones.

    Please check that your phone is compatible before downloading.
    Full details can be found in the Nokia Store or on our web site here:

    http://www.digitaltruth.com/apps/

    Also available for iPhone and Android.
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    I love my ipad version.... Works well.
    Please check out my website www.amoxomphotography.com and APUG Portfolio .....

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    I really enjoy the iPhone version and hope a version for the Kindle Fire will be forthcoming at some point.

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    Hope a version for Blackberry becomes available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColdEye View Post
    Hope a version for Blackberry becomes available.
    Me, too.

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    Thnak you thank you thank you thank you!

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    I don't know if this is the right place to do it, but I actually have one beef with the application.

    Often I change agitation to every 2m or 3m, instead of every 30s or 1m. This is important to me in situations of high contrast, and I need the ability to dictate on which minute I agitate.
    For example, for me HP5+ in replenished Xtol has a standard time of 11m, agitating for the first full minute, and then 10s ever 2m (i.e. at 8m, 6m, 4m, and 2m). The app instead gives me its audio warning that it's time to agitate at 9m, 7m, 5m, 3m, and 1m, which isn't what I want.

    Can that be fixed?

    Also, will you permit me to use degrees Fahrenheit? I haven't been able to figure out how to do that.

    Other than that, it's really cool to have all film development figured out and collected in one and the same place. It's a helpful app that is well designed. I use the iPhone version, by the way.
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    opps I misread the update, I have a Nokia on windows, is there any chance that you guys will be developing it for that OS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    I don't know if this is the right place to do it, but I actually have one beef with the application.

    Often I change agitation to every 2m or 3m, instead of every 30s or 1m. This is important to me in situations of high contrast, and I need the ability to dictate on which minute I agitate.
    For example, for me HP5+ in replenished Xtol has a standard time of 11m, agitating for the first full minute, and then 10s ever 2m (i.e. at 8m, 6m, 4m, and 2m). The app instead gives me its audio warning that it's time to agitate at 9m, 7m, 5m, 3m, and 1m, which isn't what I want.

    Can that be fixed?

    Also, will you permit me to use degrees Fahrenheit? I haven't been able to figure out how to do that.

    Other than that, it's really cool to have all film development figured out and collected in one and the same place. It's a helpful app that is well designed. I use the iPhone version, by the way.
    It's possible with the just released symbian version, all the stages and agitation are fully customizable.
    For example I had this agitation scheme:
    Continuous agitation for the fist 30 seconds;
    Agitate each 30 seconds until 2 minutes;
    Agitate each minute until 10 minutes;
    Agitate once per 2 minutes after 10 minutes.

    It's also possible to save the same film/developer/ISO combination to favourites multiple times
    with different settings, including agitation scheme.

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    I believe this is possible with the iPhone version too.

    But I cannot decide on which minute the agitations are supposed to occur. I can get it to agitate every 30s, or every 3m. No problem. It's just that the app tells me I should be agitating at, for example, the 7 minute mark, while I need it to be on the 8 minute mark.

    Here's a layout of my HP5+ process:

    At -11m15s, pour in chemistry.
    Agitate full first minute from -11m to -10m
    Agitate 10s every 2m, at -8m, -6m, -4m, and -2m
    At -15s, pour out chemistry.
    Stop 30s.
    Fix 6m.
    Wash 20m.
    Wetting agent.
    Hang to dry.

    The app forces agitations at the 9m, 7m, 5m, 3m, and 1m marks. I want to change that to the above, but I can't.

    Quote Originally Posted by pdima View Post
    It's possible with the just released symbian version, all the stages and agitation are fully customizable.
    For example I had this agitation scheme:
    Continuous agitation for the fist 30 seconds;
    Agitate each 30 seconds until 2 minutes;
    Agitate each minute until 10 minutes;
    Agitate once per 2 minutes after 10 minutes.

    It's also possible to save the same film/developer/ISO combination to favourites multiple times
    with different settings, including agitation scheme.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

    "Make good art!" - Neil Gaiman

    "...the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera". - Yousuf Karsh

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