cmdClock is a clock that doubles as a command-line launcher. You can click on the clock to get a command-line (try "vocab" to see a list of commands available), or control-click to access the contextual menu.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Terminals|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: A bug that prevented the application from starting when there wasn't a prefs file has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem where some of the menus did not work when called from the Contextual Menu (Commands, Add Application). A preferences-related problem where the clock did not show up when the application was first run was fixed.
Release Notes: A configurable transparency feature was added to distinguish the clock even more. When the user clicks on the clock, the opacity is brought back to 100% while typing. The names of a all menu items that open a new window now end with "...".
Release Notes: A spawn function was added. When selected, this option creates a new window at the same position after 2.5 seconds. It is useful for creating extra cmdClock windows on multiple screens or virtual desktops. Note that closing these secondary windows doesn't quit the application, but closing the last window will quit the application. A "ShowURL" feature was added, allowing you to type in an URL (the leading "http://" is required) to cause your favorite browser to display the desired page.
No changes have been submitted for this release.