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This is yet again another "Internet Time" clock which can be displayed continually on the user's desktop. This incarnation lives in the Mac OS X Dock. This dockling was derived from the the source code for "WebTime" by Cyril Godefroy which in turn was based on work by Eric Peyton. The Internet Time algorithm was changed from an arithmetic calculation to a using a Cocoa NSTimeZone object. The Beat value is easier to read at most dock magnifications, the dockling background color rotates through the color hue spectrum during a beat. The docking menu shows the user's current date/time, the UTC date/time , and an Internet date/Time stamp. All of these menu items are copied to OS X clipboard when selected.
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 73.24 kB
Version 1.0
Operating System Macintosh Mac OS Classic
System Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.0.x
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