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MaBaSoft Details Universal Binary Plans

MaBaSoft Details Universal Binary Plans

by , 12:50 PM EST, February 9th, 2006

MaBaSoft, the makers of World Clock Deluxe and several other applications, discussed its plans for Intel-based Mac support with TMO on Thursday. MaBaSoft's other applications include Application Wizard and Euro Assistant Pro.

World Clock Deluxe 4.3
World Clock Deluxe displays time zones and weather conditions from around the world.The current version of World Clock Deluxe functions without any issues in Rosetta. A Universal Binary update is under way, and should be available in early April.

Application Wizard 1.5.1
Application Wizard lets you launch and quit applications in batches instead of individually, and lets you navigate disks, servers, and removable media and open files, as well as perform several system related tasks. The current version is a PowerPC application and is not Rosetta compatible. A Universal Binary version should be available by the beginning of March.

Euro Assistant Pro 2.6.8
Euro Assistant Pro is a currency converter that handles up to 12 currency exchange conversions at the same time. It is Rosetta compatible, and should run fine on Intel-based Macs as well as PowerPC-based models. MaBaSoft is deciding on how to proceed with the Intel transition for this product. It may have to be completely rewritten for Universal Binary compatibility, so there is no upgrade date available yet.

TMO's continuing coverage about the transition from PowerPC-based to Intel-based Macs is available in our Universal Binary Special Report.

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