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A pomodoro timer that grows procedurally generated trees and flowers while you're studying.

Project description

A pomodoro timer that grows procedurally generated trees and flowers while you're studying.

Running Florodoro

First, install the app by running pip install florodoro. Then you can simply run the florodoro command from a terminal of your choice.

If you'd like to always have the latest (unstable) version, install from TestPyPI using pip install -i florodoro


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  • Presets – contains common pomodoro timings for study/break/cycle
  • Options
    • Notify – notification options (sound/pop-ups)
    • Plants – plant settings (which ones to grow)
    • Overstudy – enables doing a break earlier/later than specified, allowing for more "organic" study sessions
  • Statistics – shows statistics regarding time studied; includes an interactive gallery of previously grown plants
  • About – a small TLDR about the project

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  • Study for: <> – how long to study for
  • Break for: <> – how long to break after study
  • Icon: Cycles: <> – how many times to repeat study-break
  • Icon: Book – start the study session
  • Icon: Coffee – start a break
  • Icon: Pause/continue – pause/continue an ongoing study/break
  • Icon: Reset – reset everything

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