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Handy desktop 'live departures' utility

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The Gricer

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Came across this useful little program. It gives a display of arrivals/departures from a selected station on your desktop. Although it's called Tubetrack it can display times for the DLR, National Rail and Dublin Dart. It needs no installation, just run the exe. The windows version is under 1MB and there are versions for Mac OS and Dashboard.

I find it more convenient to use than the usual in-browser live timings.

http://web.mac.com/balazsboros/iWeb/Tubetrack/Home.html

Frank
 
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...and here's little me who has been using that for about a year! ;)

'tis a great program!
 

CallySleeper

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Hey cheers dude, it's a good alternative to LDB!

Has anyone else found that it isn't refreshing for them when they want it to? Despite having the interval set at 15 seconds, it only refreshes every 3 minutes!
 

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Nice find there, much more convenient than National Rail's website.
 
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