_Update: iCalFix 0.6 released_
After a long delay, iCalFix 0.5 is ready, and it’s a Universal Binary!
So what else is new?
No more SIMBL.
iCalFix is now an InputManager all of its own, saving you the hassle of having to get another package. That means you should uninstall your previous version of iCalFix.
There’s a preference pane.
No more editing of obscure plist files in strange directories – just go to preferences, and set your preferences for the default alarm. Yes, there’s no icon yet. On the other hand, you don’t want to see /my/ drawing skills, and a professional icon designer is out of the question for now. (You could always donate….)
Last Alarm settings no longer retained.
iCalFix will now always use the preferences as specified in the preferences pane.
The announcement list is finally in place
Send mail to icalfix-announce-subscribe with the subject line ‘subscribe’, and you’ll get informed whenever there are major developments and new versions of iCalFix.
Now that I’ve finally got a decently-powered Mac (Go MacBook!), there’ll definitely be lots more to come. Feedback, feature requests and comments are welcome at rob [dot] blum [at] gmail [dot] com.
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