January 5, 2009 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Frankfort, Kentucky - Steven Riggs is proud to announce TimeTable 1.6. TimeTable allows you to easily analyze and total the number of hours recorded in iCal. Why not use iCal for more than just scheduling? TimeTable reads and filters iCal calendar data and then calculates the hours spent in the events. Find trends by searching the details of events and viewing the average, maximum and minimum times spent on projects. This makes it particularly suited for tracking and billing without keeping a second record outside of iCal.
This release brings some great new features that might change the way you use TimeTable. What's new in 1.6:
Export what you see:
In previous versions of TimeTable, you had to select the data you would like to appear in the exports from a check list in Preferences. You had almost no control over the order of the data and how it was presented. TimeTable 1.6 is my first step in giving you more control over your data. Now, what you see in TimeTable, the order, width, title and sort order of columns, is what will get exported.
More control with Columns:
* Now when you export to Text, Apple Mail or Comma Separated Values, the data is sorted and ordered the same as the columns in the TimeTable interface. This includes the width of the columns.
* You can now control how wide or thin you want the report to be in the Text and Apple Mail exports by setting the width of the columns.
* You can now choose what columns you wish to use by right clicking on the title at the top of the column.
* You can rename the columns using a new tab in the preferences menu.
Other New Features
* Dutch language support
* New End Weekday, Calendar and Rate columns
* Improved application Preferences
* Bug with empty rate field fixed
Test drive TimeTable today for a full featured 14 day trial.
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 2 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
* $15.00 USD for single license
* $50.00 USD for 5 licenses
* 14 day full featured trial
Steven Riggs is an independent software developer whose passion for the Mac platform is only exceeded by his aim to craft incredibly useful software, with a focus on total customer satisfaction. Based in Frankfort, Steven works as an analyst and programmer for the state of Kentucky. Copyright 2008-2009 Steven Riggs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, iCal, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.