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Tomatoes Comments

Two (an more) tomatoes simultaneously

Comment by ilpaccone
about Tomatoes · Oct 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam


I use to work with Tomatoes and I really love it!
I got a question related to the use of Tomatoes on several browser simultaneously.

I'm a system administrator and I need to work on several PCs; thus, sometimes I start a tomato on a PC and then I keep working on a different one, being unable to manage the tomato previously started.
Furthermore, when I'm in a server room (and then, don't have access to any browser) I usually work for some hours in a row and I cannot start any tomato, so in my statistics and tags I have only one tomato succeeded instead of many.

I even tried to start tomatoes from several browser simultaneously, but in this case I'm not able to register my tags for each tomato, but only for the first started.

I tested also on my iPhone, using the Chrome browser, but when the mobile goes to stand-by mode the countdown hang.

Thanks for your attention,