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Manage your objectives. Track the exact time the next objective will spawn.
Game Clock synching with League of Legends when a game starts (needs AutoStart configured and enabled).
W2C records all your timers directly in the team chat.
Use W2C hotkeys to automatically send messages to chat.
LJTD’s exclusive minimap extension. Tracks seconds for every objective, and shows wards.
Wards will change their color at 00:30 and 00:10. Buffs pinging at 01:00, 00:30 and 00:10 (switching from orange/orange/red).
Configure LJTD, in plenty of different ways!
The Settings manages settings for: Hotkeys, Appearance, Setup, Chat Messages, Advanced Minimap, Twisted Treeline, Team Sync, Updates and much more!
The Objective Overview shows up all objectives. You can use it if you want to play with full-screen mode and having another screen to show this window there. It also displays a finish status overlay for any objective on the minimap.
You can also resize it the way you want. It automatically rescales the form and all other things that are needed.
The Contextmenu is the main configuration window. You will need it to open several windows like: Settings/config file and Objective Overview. But you can also quick access Write2Chat and change your active config file.
To open the Contextmenu simply right the LJTD icon in the taskbar of Windows. To close this window, just hit it again with a rightclick on it. To close LJTD completely, hit the X in the top left corner.
LJTD is designed for Windows 7, 8 and Vista. There are problems with Windows XP, e.g.: visual bugs.
If you want it to run on MAC, have a look here (notice untested!).
You should download the latest version of the .Net Framework directly from Microsoft.
You can check your .NET Framework version here.
Some antivirus software may flag LJTD as a threat. This is because of the way LJTD uses macros to control keyboard input while running. You can test LJTD with VirusTotal or have a look at our source code.
Many summoners are using AVAST as AntiVirus tool. Please make sure you add LJTD as an exception and always run the latest AVAST update. There has already been users who needed to finish the update to get e.g. TeamSync working. I can’t speak for any other program so far, so please contact the developer if you’re not quite sure.
League of Legends should be run in borderless or windowed mode, otherwise LJTD will not show as an game overlay.
Create and start a custom game, and make sure your Video settings are set to “Borderless” windowed mode (recommended).
Full-screen is now also supported – but not recommended – since Version 6. Enable the Objective Overview by clicking on the green eye in the Contextmenu. This will show up another window which will give you an overview on all objectives. You can drag it to another screen and play on your main screen in full-screen mode now.
LJTD can cause the Windows taskbar to show up during your game. To fix this, you must set your taskbar to Auto-Hide: “Windows taskbar” -> deselect “Auto-hide the taskbar” (“Taskbar” tab). This is no feature of LJTD but might help you to get a better user experience.
Download LJTD if not already done. Now open the LJTD.rar:
- Download and install WinRAR or 7zip (if you don’t have already)
- Right Click on the LJTD.rar, and select “Extract Here”
Now you can start LJTD by opening the folder you just have extracted and searching for the executable.
Open LJTD Settings:
- right-click on the “LoL Jungle Timer Deluxe” tray icon in the taskbar.
- choose “Settings”. (a config file is also available for advanced users)
If you still have problem visit the configuration page.
With the following steps you can find out if your setup is running properly:
- Start “LoL Jungle Timer Deluxe.exe”
- Create a custom game in League of Legends: Play -> Custom -> Join/Create -> Create Game
- Pick your Map, and Settings, and start the game
- The Control Overlay – Game Clock should start with the LoL in-game time.
- Use your hotkeys and the button icons in the Control Overlay to start/reset timers
- Hold F3 (default) to place wards on the Advanced Minimap
The Start/Stop icon will be red if LJTD has started. Otherwise it will be green and the Game Clock will be paused.
To start or stop LJTD, just press the Start/Stop icon once. Normally it will AutoStart on the default settings.
Admin rights have to be enabled for this program. This could be the reason the hotkeys don’t work or why you see an error.
To enable Admin Rights, exit LJTD, right-click on LoL Jungle Timer Deluxe.exe -> select “Properties” -> switch to “Compatibility” tab -> “Privilege Level” box -> turn on “Run this program as an administrator” -> press “Apply“.
If LJTD causes your FPS to drop below 60 FPS, you may notice this in-game. It is recommended to play with least 40 FPS. To increase your FPS:
- Close other programs, especially Firefox, Chrome, and Skype. (check your Task Manager to see what process is using a lot of memory)
- Disable unnecessary Aero features. Control Panel: “System and Security” or “Control Panel” -> “System” -> “Advanced System Settings” -> “Advanced” tab -> “Performance” box -> “Settings” button -> choose “Custom…” and turn off “Use visual style for windows and buttons“. Don’t forget to hit apply.
- Install Windows x64. This will allow your computer to use more than 2GB RAM (4GB is recommended)
You have to tell AutoStart where to find the logs that are just created after the game the starts and stops loading.
Open the LJTD settings, and set the location of the “Riot Games” folder (normally it is: “C:\Riot Games“). If you have chosen a custom folder, please make sure it includes the folder “League of Legends”.
Garena users can also use AutoStart. You just have to enable the full location feature. Instead just locating to “Riot Games” you now have to locate to the Log-Folder of you LoL installation.
Deactivation of Windows Aero is known to cause problems for LJTD. Please turn on Aero (if it’s off), by changing your Windows Theme:
- Windows 7: right-click on your desktop and choose “Personalize” (choose Aero theme) OR go to: “Control Panel” -> “Appearance and Personalization” -> “Personalization” (choose Aero theme).
- Windows Vista: right-click on desktop, choose Personalize, click on “Window Color and Appearance”, click on “Open classic appearance properties for more color options”, choose Color scheme: “Windows Aero” and Apply.
If you are using the Numpad for hotkeys, you have to be careful to always turn on NumLock when setting the hotkey, and when using the hotkey. Or keep it turned off, both for setting and use.
For using the numbers 1 to 7 as hotkeys you should be aware that items or potions in that place will be activated. So make sure you disable these hotkeys for the items if you want to use them for LJTD.
We don’t recommend that you try to run LJTD on Mac or Linux, but if you do, please tell us about your experiences in the forums.
If you want to try it, here are some tools you can use to attempt some workaround:
Note: Mac users should use the Bootcamp Assistant to install Windows 7 x64 for best performance.
You can run the Control Overlay without the graphic border, to reduce its footprint. To disable the border, go to the 5th tab of the LJTD settings and enable “Show LJTD in Panel Design“.
You can run the Control Overlay on a 2nd monitor (and play LoL on your 1st monitor). This also allows you to play in full-screen mode – besides Objective Overview – , but if you do so, you will not see the Advanced Minimap!
To change the X, Y coordinates where the Control Overlay will appear, change LJTD_START_X= and LJTD_START_Y= (this settings is only available in the config text file – available from the LJTD taskbar icon). You can also use negative X, Y values if necessary.
You can find your Settings in your LJTD folder. Look into the folder “res”, for text files ending with “.ini”. Copy all or select the files you want to save and move it to the same location in the new LJTD folder. Open the new LJTD program, open the settings and click “Save” (important when the new version got some new features).