Quick Info Bar
By Gregor Czempiel
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★★★ INTRODUCTORY PRICE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY ★★★
This App can display the following information right in the menu bar:
★ The current calendar week
★ The day of the month
★ The day of the year
★ The current zodiac sign
★ A second time zone
★ A quick timer (Never be late for the next meeting anymore)
How many times a day do you look up the current calendar week, day of the month or the time zone where your friends live in? True, this information normally is just a couple of clicks away, but over a month it really adds up.
With the Quick Info Bar App all this information is available always right in your menu bar. Start saving lots of time today! the Quick Info Bar App is just a couple of clicks away :-)
Personalize what will be displayed. If you just need the week number, only the week number will be displayed. Optional autostart functionality will start the App in the background when logging in.
We listen to your feedback and will extend this application in the future with additional useful information.
What's New in Version V1.1
- new Icon
Pretty good, a couple changes would help
Pretty good, expecially for $1 US. A few changes would make it even more useful.
1. Timezone. I travel (and thus my laptop timezone can change). I always want to see the time in UTC in the menu bar (GMT basically). This means than when I travel (or if my local timezone goes into summer/daylight savings mode) I need to adjust the offset in the preferences screen to maintain the proper display. I would suggest that the developer add a preference to select an alternate timezone instead of an offset.
2. I have the app set to run at startup. I don't need to see the icon in the command-Tab app switcher. Especially since the icon looks like it's a stickies app or something. Ideally, make the app run as a "background app" that doesn't show a running icon. And/or update the icon to something a little more professional looking.
3. When I have the timezone displayed, I see "TZ. 6:10". I don't know if "TZ." is a standard in some languages but I would prefer to just see "6:10". I know what I'm looking at -- don't need any labels.
Otherwise it works as advertised.