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On my old PC I had downloaded a time calculator (sort of like a Mac widget), but that software won't work on my new Mac. It looks just like a regular calculator EXCEPT it was only used for adding and subtracting hours and minutes. As a flight attendant I have to keep track of my monthly hours of flight times.

I have searched the net but can't find just a simple time calculator that will work on my Mac.

Thanks for any ideas!!

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Well, I don't know about a specific time calculator for Mac.

If getting online is not a problem than I would check out this site...
http://www.onlineconversion.com/adva...calculator.htm

Hope this helps.

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You could just use a spreadsheet to keep track. If you've got MS Office for Mac, Excel will do time calculations... I would think Numbers in iWork does too, but I can't check for you right now...
Anyone else?
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Good point Neo. I forgot all about Excel.

As long as you know how to enter the formulas to get what you are wanting out of it, it would work.

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I've been thinking about this more...do you just need to add a series of times together? Like 3 hours 21 minutes from JFK to ATL + 7 hours 59 minutes from ATL to LAX = 11 hours 20 minutes? If so, try this Dashboard widget. However this one will NOT allow you to calculate the time elapsed, say, between 9:23:00 AM and 1:03:40 PM.
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Neo, Thank you soooo much!! That Dashboard widget is EXACTLY what I needed!!! In fact, it is even much easier to use than the old one I used on my PC!!
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I think you just did.
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When i was at uni a fellow student's father was a pilot and the student for his final year project developed an application in java to run on a PDA to record flight hours etc It was developed specifically for pilots.

I have no contact for the student, but will ask around, maybe he would give/sell you a copy of the software
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