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termdown is a command-line tool for creating and displaying countdown timers on your terminal. It provides a simple and efficient way to keep track of time for various purposes. Here are some key features of termdown:

  1. Countdown Creation: With termdown, you can easily create countdown timers by specifying the time duration as either a specific time or in the format of hours, minutes, and seconds.

  2. Customizable Appearance: It allows you to customize the appearance of the countdown timer by modifying various attributes such as font, size, color, and position on the terminal screen.

  3. Multiple Countdowns: termdown supports the creation of multiple countdown timers simultaneously. You can create as many timers as you need and easily switch between them.

  4. Interruptible: The timers can be paused and resumed at any time by pressing the spacebar, allowing you to temporarily halt the countdown if needed.

  5. Alerts and Notifications: termdown can be configured to display alerts and notifications when a countdown timer reaches zero, ensuring you don't miss important deadlines.

  6. Countdown Labels: You can assign labels to each countdown timer, making it easier to differentiate between multiple timers and understand their purpose.

  7. Hotkeys: It offers a variety of hotkeys for controlling the timers more efficiently. For example, you can use arrow keys to navigate between timers and modify their attributes.

  8. Time Format Conversion: termdown can also convert time durations from one format to another. For instance, you can convert a duration specified in hours to minutes or seconds.

  9. Cross-platform Compatibility: The tool is designed to work on various operating systems, including Linux, macOS, and Windows, ensuring its accessibility to a wide range of users.

  10. Open-source: termdown is an open-source project, which means its source code is freely available to the public. This allows users to contribute to its development, suggest enhancements, or modify it according to their needs.

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