Script Software has released an update for iClock, bringing it to version 1.1. iClock is a designed as a replacement for the standard OS X menubar clock. The update features several enhancements including floating international clock additions and bug fixes. According to Script Software:
iClock to Replace the Mac OS X Menubar Clock.
Upgrade the Mac OS X menubar clock. Have the day, date and time in different fonts and colors in the menubar. iClock is also a kind of centrally located time hub from which many time related functions can be controlled. iClock is an essential time utility for pilots, business people, travelers, and anyone who communicates with people in other time zones.
Changes in Version 1.1:
- New Feature: Floating International Clock
- Added support for playing default built-in iMovie sounds
- Fixed playing test sound; it now stops the last test sound before playing the selected sound
- Fixed CopyPaste always enabled bug when CopyPaste was running. iClock now respects the Menu Items setting for CopyPaste
- Fix Custom warning so you can select Application, script or document to open same as preferences
- Changed calendar windows so they can be minimized
- Show Calendar now orders the calendar to the front of all windows in itis layer
- Added Calender shortcut help file with keyboard short cuts and mouse options
- Calendar now draws the days of the weeks in the same font and color as weekdays
- Contextual menu in the calendar now has: toggle floating option; hide and minimize options and printing of calendar 4 up, and 6 up
You can find more information about the iClock update at the Script Software Web site. iClock 1.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$20.00.