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I had a software for my PC that was a parental control program, with the ability to set a limit on how long each user was on at a sitting, and I limited myself to 15 minutes at a time, with a 15 minute break before being able to get on again. Is there a way to use Mac's built-in timers to do this, or a software that will?

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How do you ever get anything done like that? 15/15 seems awfully harsh! – Shinrai May 9 '11 at 22:13

Parental Controls in System Preferences will be perfect. Here is an image of the preference pane:

Parental controls preference pane

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I've inserted the picture in your post :) – squircle May 9 '11 at 22:12
@squircle thanks! – roher4 May 11 '11 at 20:30

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