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    appropiate tune? how bout `tie me kangaroo down`- no sheep jokes either please!

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    I am not sure I would feel comfortable listening to Rolf Harris in the dark!

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    I am not sure I would feel comfortable listening to Rolf Harris in the light!

    Hey, Ian, how about trying a $25 talking countdown timer from Tricky Dicky's?

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    Thanks Kevin - I haven't inspected Mr Smith's wares lately. How often does the talking timer talk (ie would 10 or more minutes of it be annoying, or is it just each minute or so)?

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    Hi Ian,
    It's a lady and she has kind of a Japanese/American accent. She talks only every minute down to the last minute, then every ten seconds down to the last ten seconds, then 10, 9, 8...1. She really doesn't talk enough to be annoying.

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    RH Designs ProcessMaster II:

    Up to 8 programmable sequences, dimmable light, toggle percentage/time, overrun if required (for N+ development, audio signal every 30 seconds, developer temperature compensation if desired and a footswitch.

    The kitchen timer is back in the kitchen, the metronome in the music room (well to be truthful, in the camera bag for long exposure timing)

    It's so good to regain confidence in the pitch dark that the timer is working and that you have pressed the right button; not an uncommon panic attack for me in the kitchen timer days.

    Recommended.

    Regards - Ross

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    "BTW, I like Victor's idea of playing "minuets" on his MP3 player... Developing by hand in trays is kind of like an old-fashioned, formal dance in some ways (Just kidding Victor :-))"

    yep, that "qwtrey" keyboard is never attached to the computer when I need it.

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    i use a gralab 300 ( or maybe its cousin ? )
    i don't really look at the time, just listen for the click
    when the time runs out.

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    I'm a fan of the "Mississippi" system.
    -Chris

    "I'd Really Rather You Didn't Use My Existence As A Means To Oppress, Subjugate, Punish, Eviscerate, And/Or, You Know, Be Mean To Others. I Don't Require Sacrifices, And Purity Is For Drinking Water, Not People."
    FSM

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    RH Design Process Master with foot switch and an ND filter taped over the display. Well legible, precise, you know where you are in the process, no confusion once you are dark. Have not seen anything better.

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