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FastCube VCL 2 released
FastCube VCL 2 released

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Stretch Timer v.0.5FW 230 k 30 Dec 2002
By Uri Fridman. "Stretch timer is a simple application that times your need to stretches. I started developing a case of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) on my wrists and shoulders and I found it very useful to take breaks and stretch the muscles. The program will show you a friendly reminder when the timer hits 0. The program runs from the tray area."
 
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