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Kronometer main use case is of course the interaction with the timer. You can start/pause/resume the timer by clicking on the proper actions in the toolbar or in the Kronometer menu.
Even simpler, you can use the keyboard instead of the mouse: you start the timer with the keyboard's Space and you pause the timer with Space too. You might recognize this behavior from many media player applications.
By pressing the Enter key when the timer is running, you freeze that particular time and you create a new lap time. These times are always visible in the table on the left of the application, where you can sort them by clicking the Lap time column's header. You can also add a custom text annotation to each lap, by double-clicking the cells within the Note column.
The menubar (hidden by default) provides access to all commands and configuration options. The menubar can be toggled with (Ctrl+M) from the menu or the menu button in the toolbar.
When you pause a running stopwatch you create a session: a stopwatch time and zero or more lap times. You can save a session and you can restore it later.
Pause a running stopwatch, then click on the button in the menu. You can choose a name for the session that you are going to save.
Click the button on the toolbar or in the menu. Then choose an existing session to be loaded from the session's dialog.
When the session is restored, you can resume the stopwatch and you can record new lap times. If you want to save the updated session, you can simply click the button in the menu.