|[11:30 AM] OneClick 2.0 Imminent
WestCode Software is about to release OneClick 2.0. OneClick is a powerful utility that offers a launch pad, a task bar, program switcher, and other handy features. The company has been working hard on the long awaited update, and it should be released next week. According to a letter sent to beta testers:
OneClick 2.0 is about to be released. First, today we are releasing the Final version of the OneClick control panel. Yes, the Final 2.0 version!
Then, next week, we will release the complete Installer for OneClick 2.0 which will include all of the new additional components: the System Bar, the Launch Strip, the Task Bar, our new Make a Shortcut assistant utility, and much more will finally be in your hands.
*** IMPORTANT *** For those of you using the OneClick 2.0 Preview 3, we suggest that you download the Final control panel this week. As an interim version, Preview 3 is set to expire on Halloween (October 31). By upgrading to the Final control panel now, you will not have any problems starting up with OneClick enabled come November 1. If you do have a problem starting up after this date, hold down the Shift key while starting your computer and then once started remove OneClick Preview 3 from the Control Panels folder.
A few folks have asked about OneClick 2.0 and Mac OS 9. We are pleased to report that OneClick 2.0 (both Preview 3 and the Final control panel) are compatible with Mac OS 9.
The company is offering upgrades for US$19.98 until the final installer is released. At that point, the update will be priced at US$24.98. The full product will be priced at US$59.98 in electronic form. A shrink-wrapped copy will be priced at US$79.98. the company offers a free trial version. You can find more information on OneClick at the company's web site.
The Mac Observer Spin: OneClick is another of those utilities that you wonder how you did without once you try it.