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WorldTimes 1.2 Gets Intel Mac Support

WorldTimes 1.2 Gets Intel Mac Support

by , 9:30 AM EST, December 11th, 2006

Artisan Codeworks announced the immediate availability of WorldTimes 1.2 on Monday. WorldTimes is a world clock application that displays up to 12 different time zones from around the world. The updated version is a Universal Binary application, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. It also now sorts locations by name and time zone, properly saves edits if the application was quit while editing, and properly calculates location times if day light savings time changes while the application is running.

WorldTimes 1.2 is free, and available for download at the Artisan Codeworks Web site.

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