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AnyTime - All the Time
Place multiple clocks in your taskbar (menu bar). Multiple time zones are now always in your view. Color code options for easy reference. Perfect for working across world offices. No extra clicking to see what time it is across the United States or anywhere in the world.
- Always In Your Taskbar (Menu Bar)
- Color Code Options
- Capable of Displaying 10+ Clocks¹
- Auto-Update for Daylight Savings
- Doesn’t Prevent Your Computer from Sleep Mode
- Multiple Monitor Support
- Autostart at Login Option (OSX Lion only)
Tip: Replace Your Standard Clock
Control-Click the standard Mac clock
Open Date/Time Preferences
Click the ‘Clock’ tab
Uncheck ‘Show date and time in menu bar’
Add your time zone to the AnyTime app.
Tip: Open At Login - Select in Settings or:
Control-Click the icon in your dock.
Click ‘Open at Login’
¹ Limited by screen real estate. If you have many clocks enabled and are using a program which uses many taskbar menu options, the clocks will automatically hide. Reduce the number of clocks to enable viewing.
What's New in Version 1.2
Everyone at MEA Mobile is sincerely appreciative of the support and reception you’ve given to our app. This update features:
Additional Configuration Options
Fixes & Tweaks
Your suggestions and positive reviews are helping to guide our next version.
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Works great - for what it is!
I read the earlier reviews with trepidation, but noting the “Additional Configuration Options” under “What’s New,” I decided to give it a shot. It’s not immediately intuitive that you can actually edit the “Code” to whatever name you want. So although there was no entry for Boston, I realized that they’re just giving you a couple of cities per timezone. So, by simply selecting New York (which is in my same time zone), I was able to easily edit the “NY” code to say “Boston” (I then was later able to change it to “BOS”). Anyway, it appears to work as advertised, so I’m giving it 4 starts (removing 1 star for it not being as intuitive)...
Set it up in 5 minutes
For the first 2 minutes, I thought I might have bought a lemon and was worried. Then I figured out you were suppoed to use the drop down menu for the continental area, then choose the applicable city closest to your time zone, and then add more. The immediately show up at the top, so i took off the main one in my OS X preferences.
The only gripe I can find, and the reason I gave it 4 and not 5 stars, is that there are so few city options available. Since I live in Europe but work mostly in Texas (virtually through the internet), it would be nice to see a TX up there, but my only option is Chicago. In order to provide adequate optiosn they’d probably have to go to a map and not mere drop down menus, which would take bit more programming but make the user interface much easier.
Anyway, if you are reading all these negative reviews, just know it was by impatient people who didn’t figure out how the darn thing works. But it does, and it is actually quite easy to use.
Good app but ...
The only problem with this app is that, it stays in the dock. I don’t want to see it in the dock, only the menubar is enough. But there is no option to hide the dock icon.