The makers of Time Palette have released an update for the product, bringing it to version 5.0.1. Time Palette is a world time and mapping app with real-time weather conditions and distance calculators. 5.0.1 is a maintenance upgrade with several bug fixes. According to Time Palette:
As some of you may know, a minor update to Time Palette 5.0 has been under development for the past two weeks. Time Palette 5.0.1 is now available.
- Added better checking for a valid version of CarbonLib.
- Fixed a startup bug which caused the Atlas menu to always be active.
- Updates are frozen during menu tracking to eliminate a Mac OS display bug.
- Fixed a weather transfer bug which could cause the application to lock up.
- Map rendering performance increased by 10 - 15%.
OS X Fixes:
- Fixed a display bug in the City Configuration Dialog Box.
- Fixed a bug that prevented configuration of Daylight Saving (Summer) Time.
- Japanese dates are now handled properly throughout the application.
- Japanese (and other non-Roman) fonts are now displayed correctly.
- Corrected a problem which could cause a "serial number conflict" alert.
OS 8.6 Fixes:
- Dragging a city to the Favorites list now works correctly.
- Fixed a bug which caused the help system to not open.
- Indexed the Help System so that it is searchable.
- Fixed a typographical error in the Time Bar menu.
- Fixed a few typographical errors in the Help System.
You can find more information about the upgrade at the Time Palette Web site. This is a FREE update for registered users of Time Palette 5.0. Users of other previous versions of Time Palette may upgrade for US$14.95.