has released one new product (iClock) and updated two others (Easy Card Creator and ProjectTimer).
iClock is designed to replace the Mac OS X menubar clock. With it, you can 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, according to Julian Miller of Script Software. You can see the time in cities around the world at a glance, view the date and time at once in the menubar, and more. It requires Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”) and cost US$20.
Easy Card Creator is software for creating greetings cards. With it you can print greetings cards of varying sizes, print a variety of envelope sizes, and use templates for premade cards or customize your own. With version 1.2, you can share and use collections of images. Easy Card Creator is $30 for the standard edition and $60 for the bundler edition, which lets you make bundles of templates.
Project Timer 1.4 is a $20 time tracking solution targeted to lawyers, independent professionals, consultants and others who need to monitor the time they spend on various tasks. Version 1.4 introduces a new data import system that will allow you to import delimited files, such as CSV or TDF files. This means you can export spreadsheets, databases, and other applications’ data into Project Timer. The product requires Mac OS X.
The import system has been designed to be as flexible as possible allowing for many possibilities and precise data import, according to Miller. There’s also the option to import into a current file or to import into a new file. Project Timer runs on Mac OS X and Mac OS 9.x.