I need a VERY simple script. This will take you 20 minutes and I will pay $20; do not bid more or you will be ignored. This is a great starter project for someone looking to build their feedback.
Also, if you spend some time and make it LOOK good (output style) a "tip / bonus" might be in order.
WHAT IS NEEDED:
WHAT DOES THE "PROGRAM" DO:
Quite simply it is a countdown timer. The operator enters a number of minutes 1 - xxx and it starts counting down showing minutes, and seconds. So, for example, if the operator entered "90" the clock would start counting down from 60 minutes and display like this (59:23 (MM:SS)).
The countdown should look cool in a big, bold, perhaps digital font and should resize with the screen (fill the window).
Below the countdown there are three buttons (start, stop, and [x-value]). The x-value button is labeled by operator input. The start button starts the time, the stop pauses it, and the x-value button will accelerate or decelerate the clock based on operator input.
Menu asks operator to input three values.
1. # of Minutes for Countdown
2. Name of x-value button
3. Speed in x of x-value button
The program then outputs the countdown timer set to the number of time entered (1) and shows the three buttons below with the third button being labeled with the entry in (x-value), and when the x-value button is clicked it multiplies the clock speed x the value (3).
So, if the operator enters as follows:
1 - 60
2 - Phone
3 - 2.5
The countdown would start at 60 (when start is pressed) and the the buttons would be labeled "Start", "Stop", and "Phone". When the "Phone" button is clicked the clock would countdown at [url removed, login to view] the speed.
Lastly if the value entered in 3 is less than one the background of the clock will turn GREEN while the x-value button is clicked. Once clicked again the clock and background return to normal. If the value entered in 3 is greater than 1 the background turns RED while the x-value button is clicked. Once clicked again the clock and background return to normal.
THAT IS IT!
If you have any questions please ask -- this is a very easy project. It will mainly be run on a WINDOWS PC but we want flexibility if needed.
FLASH might be the best option for this! Please let me know what platform you plan to use (Flash, Java, etc) and when you can have this done -- today is strongly preferred.