Trygve Inda has released an update for EarthDesk, bringing it to version 1.2.1. EarthDesk is a rotating desktop map that ships with several features including City light display at night and an Expandable Atlas. The update features new maps and improved inteface changes. According to Trygve Inda:
Trygve Inda, developer of the premiere world time and mapping tool, Time Palette, announces the availability of EarthDesk 1.2.1.
EarthDesk replaces the desktop picture with real-time maps showing proper sun and moon illumination over the earth. The maps continuously update in the background, behind the users windows and icons as they work. Both satellite and political maps are supported and can be shown in many different projections including a globe and traditional Mercator map.
New features include:
- New political map
- Reorganized interface for future expansion of features
- Appearance panel is now opened transparently in the background under OS 9
- Added ability to restore previous desktop picture on OS 9
- Improved interface for monitor options
- Updated city database
- Minor bug fixes.
You can find more information about the EarthDesk update the Time Palette Web site. The EarthDesk 1.2.1 update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$19.95.