Time Track 1.0.2 fixes Mac OS X 10.1 glitch

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Trinfinity Software has updated Time Track, its time tracking application designed for consultants and freelancers.

Time Track offers date and time logging that includes month, day, year, hours, minutes and seconds. Users can add a description to each log entry. Logs are stored in standard text files for easy integration with other applications and AppleScript, according to Eileen Newsom of Trinfinity.

Time Track supports multiple log files for categorizing logs. You can open, edit, save and print logs from within the application. An Elapsed Time Calculator lets you calculate the hours, minutes and seconds that have elapsed from one date and time to another. A Rate Calculator can instantly calculate the total to be charged based on hourly rate and total time in. And the Total Time Calculator automatically determines the total amount of time logged to date and displays it in an itemized list that can be edited.

The latest version, 1.0.2, fixes a bug on Mac OS X 10.1 that caused dialog text to change color and become unreadable. Time Track 1.0.2 is a free update to all registered Time Track users. New users can evaluate Time Track 1.0.2 for 30 days. You can download it at the product Web site.

Time Track 1.0.2 also includes a preview of Time Track Strip, a Control Strip module currently in development, which will give Time Track users access to the most used features of Time Track from the Control Strip. Since the Control Strip is not present in Mac OS X, a dockling is being developed to give Mac OS X users similar functionality via the Dock.

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