July 15, 2012 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Ann Arbor, Michigan - WBC today released updates to two of our applications: CaliBrate and OmniGrowl.
CaliBrate, which as been code signed for Gatekeeper support on OS X Mountain Lion, is now Mountain Lion compatible. It also improves support for iCloud on Lion and Mountain Lion. CaliBrate now properly distinguishes between event calendars and task (reminder or to-do) calendars.
CaliBrate allows you to search for and batch process multiple events in Calendar or iCal. With it, you can remove duplicate events, shift them in time, change titles or notes all at once, move them between calendars, and much more.
Today's update to OmniGrowl improves support for Mountain Lion. The interface is dynamically adjusted to refer to Calendar rather than iCal, Contacts rather than Address Book, and reminders rather than to-dos, as appropriate to the OS X system version. It also includes a number of bug fixes. Plug-in users especially are encouraged to see the version history for details.
OmniGrowl provides many kinds of practical notifications through Growl.
These releases nearly completes our first round of updates for OS X Mountain Lion. All of our applications are ready for Mountain Lion, with the exception of ThinkArch. An update to ThinkArch is planned for August.
Despite the major effort (and new expenses) required to update many our products for Mountain Lion, we have decided not to charge any upgrade fees. However, we gratefully accept additional donations from our loyal customers! Those who have paid in the past and also donate now will receive special consideration in the event that we decide to charge upgrade fees in the coming months.
Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Wooden Brain Concepts has been making Mac software for well over 10 years. Its popular products include OmniGrowl, iDupe, Cast Away, and CaliBrate. Wooden Brain Concepts believes in affordable software and the true principle of shareware. Copyright (C) 2011 Wooden Brain Concepts All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.