Script Software has released an update for iClock, bringing it to version 1.1.1. iClock is a designed as a replacement for the standard OS X menubar clock. The update features several enhancements including interface enhancements and bug fixes. According to Script Software:
iClock Now Adds a Running Application System Menu.
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.
Release notes for V1.11 (including all beta versions):
- Added new floating clock faces
- Added running applications in a new system menu
- Fixed font size for floating clock to use Menu items font size (Still fixed to palatino)
- Change drawing so only hilight today if on the screen (ie. not shown on printer)
- Fixed printing flag bug where Month and Year where nolonger displayed after printing calendar
- Enabled UI for selecting Calendar start of week: Sunday or Monday
- Fixed key window, when checking/unchecking locations, the preference window now remains selected
- Added support for Meeting Maker, when double clicking calendar to launch application
- Added log message when no locations are selected when floating windows is enabled
- and much more...
You can find more information about the iClock update at the Script Software Web site. iClock 1.1.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$20.00.