TotalScore is a little application specifically written to make life easier for a target shooter. Using just one key stroke per score, it turns adding up your points at the end of a game into a pleasure.
While written for the target shooter, TotalScore is useful anywhere one needs to add up lots of scores from 0 to 10.
The following features are available:
- Single key stroke scores entry for scores 0 to 12 and Mouche
- No more need to press ‘+’ between scores
- Scores are saved between quitting and starting the app
- User selectable number of rows and columns
- Auto subtotals for each row and column makes filling in club forms easier
- Choice of 8 keyboards:
- 0 .. 10
- 0 .. 10 + Mouche
- 0, 5 .. 10
- 0, 5 .. 10 + Mouche
- 0, 6 .. 10
- 0, 6 .. 10 + Mouche
- 0, 7 .. 12
- 0, 7 .. 12 + Mouche
- Live updates of average and the total score as scores are entered
The screen with a scoreboard is the opening screen:
- A 8 row by 5 columns scoreboard.
- The row subtotals column.
- The column subtotals row.
- The 0 .. 10 + Mouche keyboard.
- The Average and Total score.
Note that the Mouche is scored as 10, but also adds a “.1” for each mouche such that the total score at the bottom shows the number of mouches after the decimal point. 40 Mouches in a 40 shot competition will of course show as a total score of 400.40.
The second screenshot shows the settings panel.
The “Columns” resp “Rows” field determine the size of the scoreboard.
The subtotals switches either enable or disable the corresponding subtotal fields.
The keyboard selector opens the third screen, the keyboard selection as shown below: