Me too, until I wanted two timers for turning off/on my lights at specified times. For now I've set the timers to two non-existing vPins (1 & 2) and made events with the eventor to:
When V1 = 1, setPin V24 to 1 and setPinV22 to 1023 (PMW LED light)
When V1 != 1, setPin V24 to 0 and setPinV22 to 0 (PMW LED light)
When V2 (second timer for evening) = 1 etc. etc.
Because the timer widget does not act outside it's boundary, e.g. when it's 18.00 and the light is switched on, at 22.30 it's switched off and back on (on second timer) 06.00 it will work because after 22.30 it will do nothing, but have it switched off.
This however, brings one disadvantage, if you set a timer for, let's say 18.00 and it's 18.15 it will not turn on, you have to wait for the next 18.00